Jeremy Brecher’s new book Save the Humans? Common Preservation in Action, just published by Paradigm Publishers, addresses how social movements make social change. Brecher is the author of more than a dozen books on labor and social movements, including Strike! and Global Village or Global Pillage and the winner of five regional Emmy awards for his documentary movie work. He currently works with the Labor Network for Sustainability.
Some Democrats are pushing to let bygones be bygones and concentrate instead on solving problems of the future. Here's why we can't let the Bush Administration off the hook.
Labor leaders and environmentalists meet to explore how to make green jobs good jobs for American workers.
Together, unions can force the government to take on the issue of green-collar jobs.
A legal drama is unfolding in Washington State over whether an Army officer who
refuses to serve in Iraq has the same Constitutional rights as the rest of us.
Peace activists are reaching out to US military officials to dampen the Bush Administration's ardor for attacking Iran.
A new Iraq Moratorium effort will leverage grassroots and online activism.
The US Supreme Court should look back on its most regrettable and most courageous decisions.
Who says the Iraq debacle is unsolvable? There are decisive, meaningful steps that can be taken to stop the bloodletting and promote stability in the region.
Now that Lieut. Ehren Watada's court-martial has ended in mistrial, his case could focus America's attention on how we came to fight an illegal war and what we must do to end it.
2006 will be remembered as a year in which the American people and the world rose up to challenge the criminal actions and deceit of the Bush Administration.