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Students held direct actions, rallies, and teach-ins to send a clear message that education is a right, not a privilege. (Photo: People's Action Blog) Views
Students Across the Nation Fight for #FreeCollege4All
Student Action will continue this fight until we win a world where college need never be considered a luxury
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Rethinking National Security: Some Unsolicited Advice for an Undeclared Presidential Candidate
A letter to Sen. Elizabeth Warren
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Confronting Climate Change in a Deeply Unequal World
The global reaction to two new landmark reports suggests the world could well lose that confrontation
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The American People Will No Longer Buy the Trump-GOP Lies About Medicare for All
Americans have increasingly concluded that market approaches are failing their health and their economic security. They want real change—and 70 percent now favor Medicare for all.
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Are You Brave Now, Faggot? Overthrowing Trump's Fascists
Proud Boys celebrate. Twitter photo Terrifying Cause and Effect Dept: This weekend, as Trump declared Democrats "an angry left-wing mob," gangs of white supremacist thugs known as Proud Boys - "Fuck around and find out" - roamed and rioted from New York City to Portland, Oregon , beating up...
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All Art Is Political: "For Freedoms" Asks, What Does This Mean?
Street artist J.R.'s picnic across the U.S-Mexican border Arguing "all art is political," a new, nuanced, massive public art project is using billboards along with community events to urge Americans nationwide to engage with civic issues ahead of the mid-terms, and ask themselves, "What side are...
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SCOTUS Lead Paint Ruling Could Open Door to Corporate Liability for Climate, Gun Violence, and Opioid Crises
"Like the lead paint case, we have an industry that knew its products could inflict serious damage and continued to promote those products anyway."
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"The lack of urgency in Congress has persisted," writes Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.), "even in the wake of recent revelations that a Facebook security breach exposed 50 million users’ personal information to attackers and Google let third-party app developers access information on users who did not give them permission." Views
Facebook's and Google’s Breaches Show It’s Time for an Internet Bill of Rights
The American people can no longer wait while their data is being collected, shared and stolen on the web. The Internet can be a tool for more freedom and prosperity, but only if proper rules and guidelines exist.
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A Final Home For Matthew
The site where Matthew was murdered, 20 years on. Twitter photo On this date in 1998, Matthew Shepard , a 21-year-old University of Wyoming student, died after having been abducted from a bar one midnight to a remote area outside Laramie, tied to a fence, robbed, stripped, repeatedly pistol-whipped...
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Stop Misdiagnosing Climate Change
So what's the real source of our planetary self-destruction? It's growth-dependent capitalism.
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