Not much has changed in the Obama White House since Marshall Ganz wrote this opinion piece 14 months ago. It is worth reading a concise and exemplary critique even at
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Over the last month Congressman Greg Walden’s Central Oregon office has been receiving our “Notice of Foreclosure” over and over again; one from every county in the state. Our ”Foreclose
As the obit says, we don’t know her name as we do Rosa Parks. We ought to.
Ms. Luper was a history teacher at Dunjee High School in 1957 when she
Gus Taylor, aka Augustus Tilove, died the other day at age 99. Another passing of that great generation of agitators, organizers and union builders from the 30s and 40s. Most won’t
Update: This event is now sold out. If you have a ticket, please arrive early. Doors open at 6:15.
It looks like the extraordinary lack of violence during the 17 days of the people’s insurrection in Egypt was not simply an accident.
Dalia Ziada, a long-time human rights activist and
Two days before Bernie Sanders made his heroic 8.5 hour speech on the floor of the Senate, he asked Chuck Collins to send him everything he had on inequality. You
Van Jones is my man:
Speaking with MSNBC’s Cenk Uygur on Tuesday, Van Jones issued a passionate rally cry for progressives to stop whining about what President Obama hasn’t
Van Jones had some words for activists gathered last weekend at the Sanity/Fear face off on the Mall:
“Now, here’s our problem,” he says. “Most of the people who are in