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Every town is Attica

On September 8, a People’s History Museum was assembled outside the gates of the Attica Correctional Facility to commemorate the anniversary of the ...
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Evo Morales, providing leadership in times of adversity

While other South American leaders delayed, Bolivian Pres. Evo Morales personally led efforts to confront the tragedy in the Amazon.
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Haiti: Fuel shortages and price hikes spark new demonstrations

As opposition seeks elusive unity...
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Around the US, women speak out on Women’s Equality Day

Women’s Equality Day marks the date when women won the right to vote with the passage of the 19th amendment.
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Kennewick teachers’ strike shows power of the union in Washington state

Teachers win gains on important issues including pay and insurance.
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Colonialism in Greenland is no joke: Nine things to know

Greenland is not for sale!
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20,000 Striking CWA workers force AT&T back to bargaining table

On August 30, CWA announced that a new tentative 5-year agreement had been struck.
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Cuba: U.S. government earmarks millions to hinder Cuban medical cooperation

Access to health is a human right and the United States commits a crime by denying it or obstructing it with political motives or aggression.
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Will Rouhani meet Trump?

Washington’s foreign policy establishment is dominated by “Iran Hawks,” headed by National Security Adviser John Bolton.
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Kennewick, Wa, teachers on strike for much-needed raise

The Kennewick strike is set to be the longest strike in district history.