Allison Kilkenny is the co-host of the progressive political podcast Citizen Radio (wearecitizenradio.com) and independent journalist who blogs at allisonkilkenny.com. Her work has appeared in The American Prospect, the LA Times, In These Times, Truthout and the award-winning grassroots NYC newspaper the Indypendent.
Tens of thousands of grocery workers in the Northwest may soon be on strike as part of a fight for healthcare benefits and living wages.
On the group report from Occupy Wall Street’s second anniversary.
Next week marks the two-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. Here are what some of the best and brightest organizers are working on now.
Certain media outlets claim the sequestration wasn’t that bad, but that’s only because we don’t fully understand their consequences yet.
While millions of Americans lose their public services, some officials feel confident the US can handle funding another expensive military operation abroad.
Fast food and retail workers all across the country will strike on Thursday, August 29, to demand living wages.
Since 2000, nineteen hospitals have closed across New York City and protesters are now fighting to stop the twentieth closure.
As more post offices close around the country, activists in California are stepping up and protesting the continuing privatization.
A group of hunger strikers is demanding access to organ transplants to save the lives of undocumented immigrants.
Today marks the beginning of the largest fast food walkout in US history.