People Power

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Fast food workers walked off the job on Saturday before protesting outside the GOP debate in Manchester, NH. (Photo: Fight for $15/Twitter)
Want my vote? Then raise the wage. That's the message that low wage workers in New Hampshire sent to the presidential contenders on Saturday when fast food employees and others walked off the job days before the state's pivotal primary election. "I’ve never walked off the job before, but I can’t wait any longer for fair pay," said Megan Jensen, a...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Thousands gathered in Chicago on Thursday to support the city's teachers union...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
As trade ministers gathered in New Zealand on Thursday to sign the sweeping,...

Further

Leading Black and Palestinian cultural workers, scholars, and organizers have extended a powerful message of solidarity across bounds of occupation, incarceration, and deadly persecution with their release Tuesday of a video entitled, "When I see them, I see us." Co-written by Black activist and Stanford graduate Kristian Davis-Bailey and Palestinian poet and author Remi Kanazi, the short video features figures from Lauryn Hill to Cornel West to Ahmed Abuznaid. The aim, in the words of...