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Cop city coverage fails to question narratives of militarized police
The story of Tortuguita’s death is about protests against militarized policing being met with more militarized policing, which ultimately resulted in a fatal shooting.
WATCH: Sanders rips Schultz over ‘unforgivable’ efforts to crush worker organizing
"That union-busting campaign has been led by Howard Schultz."
Why the repeal of anti-union laws in Michigan boosts workers nationwide
Michigan's victory represents the latest in a string of victories for workers mobilizing to build strength across the country.
This one thing would increase wages by $300 billion
Non-compete agreements block workers from seeing higher wages or better working conditions. And they enlarge corporate monopoly power by stifling competition.
Australia becomes first country to approve psychedelics as form of medicine
Australia is reclassifying them as “controlled substances” and making them available for use in managed medical settings.
How Indigenous land management practices are a blueprint for climate-resilient agriculture
As a rapidly warming world strains at the shortcomings in industrial farming, key lessons can be taken from Indigenous practices.
Congress has been captured by the arms industry
And what a price to pay!
We don’t have to choose between nuclear madmen
We can make a difference -- maybe even the difference -- to avert global nuclear annihilation.
Where are the women CEOs? Should we care?￼
Women CEOs are becoming slightly less rare at large corporations. But simply replacing men with women at the top of the income scale won't lead to greater equity.