Saturday, July 4, 2020

Tag: movements

As the decade closes, the power of protest endures

A new global social movement is growing, in schools and on the streets.

Building power and raising voices of rural women

Rural women have served as the educators, healthcare givers, nurturers, and fighters for our community for generations.

Mobilizing against extinction

"When society is ready to lose its sense of fear in the face of state authority, then everything crumbles and change can happen.”

5 ways new movement leaders are effecting change

Today, new movements are working with more established organizations to capitalize on their wide-reaching networks.

Our opponents’ actions show we’re winning

Together, we can create transformational change. We are closer than we realize.

Do protests matter? What the Tea Party Movement can teach the...

This is how rallies grow into movements and create social change.

On the road from protest to power: A rising tide

The “political establishment” is going to have a much harder time using its financial and institutional muscle to relegate this new generation of thoughtful, strategic and energized grassroots candidates.

Uber Democrats: Workers should cooperate, not ‘compete’

Democrats should be brave enough to call Americans together again – as working people, as a movement, and as a community.

We need a mass movement to demand radical progressive change

Is the Democratic Party beyond hope?

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Future US presidents must not be allowed to manage any type of pandemic

We can’t keep doing things “the old way’, especially when they don’t work. It’s time to make this critically important change.

The USPS is the only organization that was forced to pre-pay for health benefits...

“The Postal Service's $15 billion debt is a direct result of the mandate.”

Senate kills amendment to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan

“The pandemic clearly shows that expensive endless wars that cost $6 trillion from taxpayers make Americans less safe as they take funds from critical needs like healthcare.”

House passes massive infrastructure bill, Senate Majority Leader calls it ‘nonsense’

The $1.5 trillion package includes investing in clean energy, public lands, and transit systems and focused less on building new roads.

Medicare for All over militarism

Although it doesn’t seem to interest most American voters, militarism is now as much of a domestic as it is a foreign policy issue.