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October 21, 2016
From Black Lives Matter to the Fight for $15: Why Americans Are in Revolt
Journalist Sarah Jaffe celebrates the social movements that are rocking the country.
October 20, 2016
Amy Goodman: ‘The State Cannot Stop This Journalism.’
Goodman goes free as a North Dakota judge concludes that covering the Dakota Access Pipeline is not a crime.
October 14, 2016
What We Talk About When We Don’t Talk About Climate Change
Years from now, historians will marvel at the absence of global warming in the 2016 campaign coverage and presidential debates.
October 10, 2016
There’s a Nationwide Boycott of Wendy’s Underway
Organizers want the fast-food giant to agree to worker-friendly supply-chain practices.
September 22, 2016
Native Americans Are Fighting a New but Familiar Battle at Standing Rock
The broken treaties of the past have now become a fundamental piece of the climate-justice battle.
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September 20, 2016
This Isn’t the First Time Cowboys Have Tried to Plunder 640 Million Acres of Public Land
In Utah and the Dakotas, history repeats itself as Native Americans fight to protect their lives—and ours.
September 15, 2016
What’s the Greatest Threat to Action on Climate Change? Nationalism.
It’s going to take global solidarity to avoid a climate-change doomsday.
Michael T. Klare
August 19, 2016
This Town Is Sick of Drinking Polluted Water
In one of Alabama’s poorest and most segregated regions, activists are demanding their right to clean water.
July 20, 2016
If You Want to Market a Dangerous Pesticide Without Regulation, Go to the European Union
The EU continues to extend glyphosate’s license, even after the World Health Organization concluded it was “probably a carcinogen.”
July 14, 2016
Bad News: We’re Actually Using More Fossil Fuels Than Ever
Renewable forms of energy are growing far faster than anyone expected. But so is the use of oil, coal, and natural gas.
Michael T. Klare