These workers should receive the vaccine that may save their lives without fear of deportation.
Rents may have decreased for some in major cities, but the massive eviction crisis shows the true nature of the market.
A broad movement of grassroots organizations are tending to their community’s well-being as COVID-19 surges nationwide.
As a second wave of COVID hits the U.S., some jurisdictions are beginning to reverse their decision to decarcerate.
COVID-19 adds more sickness and death to an already unjust system.
Tenants are mobilizing to cancel rent, stop evictions and demand construction and maintenance of affordable housing.
The U.S. needs a federal program to help keep artists and artistic centers afloat through direct hiring or subsidies.
“We want them infected,” reads an email from former Trump administration adviser Paul Alexander.
Activists across the country are holding actions this week calling for the release of prisoners during the pandemic.
As cities and states stare down a growing financial apocalypse, they have begun to slash vital public services.