yesterday at 20:00. Facebook
The workers of the recuperated VIO.ME factory in Greece are building towards more supportive communities and a stronger, less-fractured society.

The Solidarity Ecosystems of Occupied Factories
yesterday at 19:00. Facebook
We have the power to decide which advertising campaigns will succeed and which political products we will buy. We have the power to decide which presidential campaigns of fear will succeed and which will fail. That's one thing we cannot blame on Donald Trump.

Trump Can't Sell Fear Unless the Public Buys It
yesterday at 18:00. Facebook
Nearly 2.7 million children have a parent behind bars. Particularly when mothers are incarcerated, their children often become entangled in the foster care system. Mothers frequently face a full termination of their parental rights as they sit behind bars.

Double Punishment: After Prison, Moms Face Legal Battles to Reunite With Kids
yesterday at 17:00. Facebook
Unlike traditional manufacturing jobs, green jobs in the clean energy industry have been on a steady upward swing. But can they move forward under a climate-skeptic and coal-loving president?

Even Trump Can't Stop the Tide of Green Jobs
yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
It's important to remember that many voices and experiences have been erased from standard history narratives, says Audrea Lim, coeditor with Andrew Hsiao of the "Verso Book of Dissent."

Throughout History, the Powerless Have Fought With Words for Liberation
02/25/2017 at 21:30. Facebook
"A Bold Peace," which begins by quoting Eisenhower’s "cross of iron" speech, tells the remarkable story of war avoided, or transcended, again and again and again. Yes, there is another way for the world to live.

Costa Rica Has the Right Idea: No Military​
02/25/2017 at 20:30. Facebook
In the wake of too many state promises left unfulfilled and the constant oil spills on their territories, hopes are nevertheless high for the thousands of Native peoples who united during 117 days in the native community of Saramurillo.

Saramurillo: A Hope for Justice for Peru's Amazonian Peoples
02/25/2017 at 19:30. Facebook
C-8, also known as perfluorooctanoic acid or PFOA, is a soap-like powder that DuPont used for decades at its Washington Works plant in Parkersburg, West Virginia, to smooth lumps in freshly-made Teflon. However, it has been linked to health concerns.

DuPont and Chemours Settle Teflon Toxin Lawsuit for Up to $921 Million
02/25/2017 at 18:30. Facebook
Despite the huge negative impacts of the nuclear disaster six years ago, politicians from outside Fukushima are seeking to restart the country's remaining 50 functional nuclear plants.

Community Power Offers Fukushima a Brighter, Cleaner Future
02/25/2017 at 17:30. Facebook
Unless organized labor finds solutions to the problems that are pervasive within its own organizations and structures, union membership numbers will continue to shrink and remaining members will be too cornered to mobilize effectively.

Democratize the Union: Let the Rank-and-File Decide!
02/25/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
In the face of the new administration's systematic dehumanization, the strength and clarity of purpose needed in order to break free of our defensive posture is going to require us to very thoughtfully and intentionally knit our movements together.

It's Time to Claim Our Highest Vision: Let's Embrace the Great Turning
02/25/2017 at 15:30. Facebook
Trump's administration has been acting quickly since his first days in office, and immigration activists have responded in kind.

''Show Up for Immigrants With Love'': Communities Fight Back Against ICE Raids
02/25/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
When a city as far north as Boston is beginning to plan for the sea level rise caused by climate change, it is likely a sign that other coastal municipalities along the East and Western seaboards will begin to take their own action.

Boston Mulls Barrier to Protect City Against Rising Sea Levels
02/24/2017 at 22:00. Facebook
With a president who takes pride in his unpredictable stance on nuclear weapons, we should all be worried.

The Peril of Nuclear War in the Age of Trump
02/24/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
Richard Nixon’s White House counsel, John Dean, on the Trump administration: “We don’t have Watergate 2.0 yet, but we have something that’s beginning to look like it could go there.”

As Calls Grow to Impeach Trump, Former Nixon Counsel John Dean Sees ''Echoes of Watergate''
02/24/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Richard Falk and historian Lawrence Davidson discuss the impact of Trump's policies on the Middle East, and Trump's efforts to form "a worldwide club of ruling bullies."

Grave Dangers: Richard Falk and Lawrence Davidson on Trump's Middle East Policies
02/24/2017 at 18:57. Facebook
Mike Kink makes the case for tax resistance under Trump: "Tax resistance is something [with which] we can break their backs, and when and if it is time, we should do it together."

Is It Time for a Tax Strike? A Conversation With Activist Michael Kink
02/24/2017 at 17:48. Facebook
Establishment Democrats are now openly worried about being held accountable by left-wing activists when they cozy up to industry or aren't steadfast in their opposition to Trump.

Fair Game: The Resistance Puts Pressure on Complicit Democrats
02/24/2017 at 16:28. Facebook
Under the Trump administration, it will be almost impossible for tens of thousands of low-income families and students to get online.

Trump's FCC Is Already Canceling Internet Services for Low-Income Customers
02/24/2017 at 15:33. Facebook
Law enforcement is compelling Apple and Facebook to hand over the personal information of users who were mass arrested at protests against Trump's inauguration.

Law Enforcement Using Facebook and Apple to Data-Mine Accounts of Trump Protest Arrestees