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Liberals Are Criticizing the Korea Summit From the Right. Here’s Why They Have it All Wrong.
With an end to the 68-year Korean War finally in sight, some U.S. "progressives" are pushing Trump to be more hardline--despite the fact that Koreans overwhelmingly want peace. MORE
Features · June 13, 2018
Watch This Palestinian-American Woman Crush Every Media Trope About the Gaza Protests
Noura Erakat delivers a much-needed corrective to dehumanizing U.S. media spin. MORE
Features · May 15, 2018
The Historic Korean Peace Declaration Was Made Possible By Social Movements, Not Trump
A conversation with peace activist Christine Ahn. MORE
Features · April 30, 2018
Senate Democrats Offer Little-to-No Opposition to Trump’s Expansion of Syria Bombings
Ninety-two percent of Senate Democrats and Independents failed to substantively dissent against Trump's April 13 airstrikes. MORE
Features · April 16, 2018
It Looks Like Bill Gates’ Devotion to Child Welfare Doesn’t Extend to Children in Yemen
The billionaire philanthropist is rolling out the red carpet for Mohammed bin Salman, crown prince of Saudi Arabia, who is overseeing the mass starvation and death of children in Yemen. MORE
Features · March 30, 2018
Farmworkers to Wendy’s: No, We Didn’t “Exploit” #MeToo
The fast food giant Wendy’s provoked outrage on Wednesday when its spokesperson accused the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW)—a farmworker organization that has spent decades fighting sexual abuse and... MORE
Working · March 23, 2018
15 Years After the Invasion of Iraq, Here Are the Dems Who Just Voted for Endless War in Yemen
Senators voted today to table a measure that would withdraw U.S. support for the Saudi-led onslaught. MORE
Features · March 20, 2018
This Is the Best Chance Yet to Stop the U.S. War on Yemen. Where Are the Major Human Rights Orgs?
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International are declining to take a formal position against the U.S.-backed Saudi war on Yemen. MORE
Features · March 7, 2018
How the Red Scare Shaped the Artificial Distinction Between Migrants and Refugees
Our modern-day definitions of displaced people emerged during the Cold War as a product of anti-communism. MORE
Features · February 5, 2018
HR Has Never Been on the Side of Workers. #MeToo Is More Proof.
After human resources was informed in 2014 that Emily Nestor, former front desk assistant for the Weinstein Company, was allegedly sexually harassed by Harvey Weinstein, company officials reportedly informed Nestor that any complaints would... MORE
Working · January 8, 2018