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PG&E utility shuts off power to 1.5 million people

On Oct. 8, Pacific Gas & Electric company shut off power to 800,000 people across Northern California.
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Teachers are on the front lines for education

Teachers in Denver are striking for the first time in 25 years.
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Nurses organize impressive barnstorm launching 2019 Medicare for All campaign

Over 150 people came out to demand Medicare for All at the historic Women’s Building in San Francisco on a rainy evening Tuesday, Feb. 12.
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On Roe v Wade anniversary, build the movement, fight for women’s rights!

Forty-six years after the Roe v Wade decision recognized that a women’s right to abortion was protected by the 14th Amendment to the Constitution, a...
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Parental leave a fantasy in the U.S., and only 3 other countries

The way in which the capitalist system in the United States provides for women and families is depressing.
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Free speech scores a victory in the Kansas House of Representatives

Free speech under capitalism is defined in the interests of the ruling class, the "one percent."
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Immigrants strike against conditions at detention center in Arizona

The hunger strikers are calling for an independent investigation into Deniz-Sahagún’s death, improved conditions, access to legal resources and an ...
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New Orleans schools go all charter at expense of truly public education

This is a triumph for the forces of corporate, anti-union reform, for the forces of profit making.
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Right-wing attacks can’t stop struggle for women’s rights

In the past few weeks, right-wing politicians have continued their totally unscientific, sexist march against a women’s right to choose.
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Tenants fight harassment and eviction in San Francisco

Over 50 people rallied Jan. 31 against the harassment and evictions of working people in the Castro Neighborhood of San Francisco.