Category: News

Brett Kavanaugh

Brett Kavanaugh

—Stephen Gottlieb
With recent developments in the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court hearing confirmation and rape allegations, author Stephen Gottlieb comments on the abuses of power on display

Mobilizing Threat

Mobilizing Threat

—Greg Prieto
Avoidance and isolation offer immigrants short term protection from the reach of law enforcement, but also form a barrier to participation in the form of agency that is most likely to deliver long term relief: social movement organizing.

Protest Waves in Post-Liberal America

Protest Waves in Post-Liberal America

—Dawson Barrett
Americans are voting at the ballot box and with their feet—with a plethora of protests. This “movement of movements” is confronting issues like human caging, poverty, the de-funding of public institutions, global instability, and the de-regulation of industry.

Back to school, back to testing

Back to school, back to testing

—Glenda M. Flores
Latina teachers serve as cultural guardians to their Latino students, but this may provoke a perfect storm in multiracial schools because of the different ways students are racialized and high stakes tests that primarily focus on English language acquisition.

In memoriam: Samir Amin

In memoriam: Samir Amin

SAMIR AMIN (1931-2018)
Samir Amin’s razor-sharp intellect, penetrating analysis, strong anti-imperialism, conviction in the importance of third world solidarity, and deep and continuous commitment to progressive causes around the world will continue to remain an inspiration.