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Katniss Everdeen is a new kind of pop heroine. No boy-crazy shopaholic, she's a complex character on a quest of her own.
On its fiftieth anniversary, the founding declaration of SDS echoes today in democracy movements around the world.
A thousand demonstrators gathered in Union Square to call for the prosecution of George Zimmerman, Martin’s killer. More protests are planned across the country.
The renewal of labor militancy and radical politics is being led by a rising generation with its own rock-and-rap passion.
The nation's oldest settlement house is closing. Is Jane Addams’s method—having citizens of different socioeconomic classes living among each other—a legacy that we should bring back to life?
This holiday season, we celebrate the most inspiring activists, organizations and politicians who are fighting for the 99 percent.
What US progressives can learn from British efforts to fight inequality.
From Ohio to Maine to Mississippi, voters rejected the conservative agenda on key issues.
Blaming themselves for their plight, the unemployed don’t look to protest—or to government—for a way out.
Visiting occupations in New York, Madrid, London and beyond, one finds almost eerie similarities, but also important differences.
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