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A major new report makes the case for a “fusion movement” against systemic racism, poverty and inequality, miltarism and the war economy, and ecological devastation.
Scratch a grand fortune, one common media trope likes to suggest, and you’ll find a frugal lifestyle.
The late leader didn’t just criticize racial segregation. He called for an end to economic injustice.
The movement looks to rebuild the cross-racial civil rights alliance disintegrated during a half-century of counter-revolution. Their radical vision is more necessary than ever.
Chuck Collins speaks with Richard Rothstein about The Color of Law, his new book on the government’s role in segregating the United States.
More than 1.7 million viewers tuned in to Bernie Sanders’ inequality town hall streamed on Facebook Live, with tens of thousands more watching it later.
Public health resources are being cut while mosquito-borne diseases like Zika and the West Nile virus flourish in poor communities.
The evolution of Black roles in film, from Mammy to T’Challa.
In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re highlighting eight fearless women leading some of today’s biggest and most impactful social movements.
Armed adults don’t make kids safer. They put them at greater risk.
The new SEC disclosure regulation finally sees daylight, bringing changes for shareholders, employees, and even consumers, Sarah Anderson explains in this Bloomberg Q+A.
While billionaires fund a PR push for the tax law, most ordinary workers report seeing no increase in their take-home pay.
New OECD data reveals nearly 40 percent of people living across 28 of the world’s developed countries are “economically vulnerable.”
The chronic stress of racism endangers black moms of all kinds — from Serena Williams to Erica Garner.