Rights and Democracy
Before he died, Martin Luther King, Jr. joined a campaign to unify working people of all races. Today, nothing could be more powerful.
The leaders of our democracy don’t actually like it when people participate, but Americans are a rebellious bunch.
Who’s the orangest of them all?
The man who called neo-Nazis “very fine people” has no business defining anti-Semitism for the rest of us.
How small shrimpers in Texas beat a giant polluting corporation — just in time for the holidays.
President Trump wants to cut off support for the show, now celebrating its 50th year and still drawing a huge audience.
Research shows they hurt poor students and students of color, while failing to predict success in college.
The U.S. is condemning China’s treatment of Uighur Muslims, but not with much moral authority.
They learned to embrace popular organizing and to fear — and suppress — the black vote.
As a kid, food stamps helped me eat, study, and succeed as an adult. Americans today deserve the same investment.