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Oakland teachers settle seven-day strike

The Oakland teachers went back to work today after being on strike for seven days for higher wages, smaller class sizes, an end to school closures, lo...
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Oakland educators’ strike enters 4th day strong and united

Entering its 4th day on Feb. 25, the Oakland teachers’ strike is stronger than ever.
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Year of resistance for transgender rights in Massachusetts

If you happened to ride the train in Boston, Mass., during the fall of 2018, there was a chance you met some energetic community members handing out f...
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Part two: Low-wage Disney workers expose issues facing workers across country

As reported here on October 14, Disneyland workers celebrated a huge triumph for labor in September when they voted for a contract that significantly ...
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Hate crimes plague Austin’s Muslim community

Austin, Texas — one of the few progressive centers in the state — has recently experienced a clear pattern of attacks on Muslims in the past two m...
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Brazil’s highest court tears up constitution

Highest court censors imprisoned political candidate.
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San Diego community wins historic museum in Barrio Logan

On August 7, community organizers with the Chicano Park Steering Committee and the Chicano Park Museum and Cultural Center (CPMCC) celebrated the deci...
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‘Atomic Summer’ glorifies U.S. weapons industry

In an act of callous pro-militarism, the city of Santa Fe, county of Los Alamos, and an educational tourism group entitled Los Recursos de Santa Fe ha...
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LA tenants fight back with massive rent strike

Three adjacent apartments owned by one company on Burlington Avenue in Westlake, Los Angeles, faced with the potential eviction of nearly a hundred fa...
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Thousands join LA’s third Families Belong Together action

On July 21, members of the Los Angeles community gathered in MacArthur Park for the third Families Belong Together March in protest of the inhumane fa...