Tahrir Square in Egypt has become not only an arena for local and global activists to defend but also an electronic symbol, regularly conveyed worldwide, of another world struggling to be born.
Independence Day should serve not as a blind celebration of the government, but as a moment to reflect on the central place in our history of grassroots democracy movements.
Harsha Walia reviews rabble contributor Zainab Amadahy's new book on when science is framed within the context of Indigenous wisdoms, it can inform, transform and revolutionize movement building.
Free Speech TV and Deep Dish TV are teaming up June 7th - 9th to bring you live coverage of the 2013 Left Forum.
From Al Jazeera: Turkey sees second day of unrest as outcry against local Istanbul project unlocks anger against Erdogan's government.
We need people like George Heyman, the former Executive Director of the Sierra Club of BC, to get elected.
In mid-summer, almost four months after the Quebec student strike of 2012 had entered uncharted territory as the longest in the province's history, Premier Jean Charest played his final card.
On January 21, President Obama delivered an inspiring inaugural speech: he insisted that what was distinctive about the United States was its commitment to equality, quoting the Constitution.
Common Causes is an assembly of social movements dedicated to defending democracy, social justice, the environment and human rights in the face of an all-out assault by the Harper government.
We need to focus research on our generation's most pressing question: what is a persuasive, sustainable, socially just, employment-producing, alternative to the neoliberal economic model?