Europeans want to upend politics as usual and the far right is still rising. If the left doesn’t come up with an unusual politics of its own, it will be upended as well.
Though we’ve won a lot of battles, there’s a lot of work still to do and many communities still in danger. Looking forward, the resistance will be playing a lot more offense, IPS director John Cavanagh tells Rising Up with Sonali.
They say the fight for a more equitable society isn’t worth the trouble.
Trump is extremely effective at dividing and conquering his opponents. What would it take for progressives to divide his supporters?
Through our weekly feature on Inequality.org, we’ve highlighted inspirational leaders fighting inequality throughout the country.
Climate activists remain hopeful despite the potentially disastrous Trump administration.
Trump has a heavy dose of anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim sentiment behind him, Phyllis Bennis tells the Real News Network.
We Can’t Predict Trump’s Foreign Policy, But We Can Mobilize a Broader Peace Movement to Protect Vulnerable Communities
The only thing we know for sure, Bennis said in an interview with FAIR, is that social movements are going to be far more important than anyone else.
Many falsehoods in candidates’ responses went unchallenged, Phyllis Bennis told Democracy Now! in her post-debate analysis.
An innovative new program helps low-income families become homeowners while engaging in social change.
The lesson from the streets of Brazil, Turkey, and the Arab world is to avoid underestimating social movements still in their infancy.
Mark your calendars for a great weekend to extol 50 years of the Institute for Policy Studies being an independent center of thought and action in the nation’s capital!
Anyone who thinks that choosing a “better” leader for the U.S. empire will somehow bring about “radical transformations” has been watching too many campaign infomercials. Only powerful social movements can do that.
Many movements, many similar messages. What could the increasing cooperation between protesters mean for the future of the ninety-nine percent?
Last year’s many political downers have prompted promising uprisings at America’s grassroots, including a strong national coalition for repealing “corporate personhood.”