We must reimagine health and healing in a way that doesn’t label our oppressors “humanitarians.”
Shipments of vaccine are spoiling because Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed” distribution process was smoke and mirrors.
Despite the introduction of mass testing, people in Illinois prisons and jails are still contracting COVID-19.
Tenants are organizing to hold widescale coordinated direct actions like rent strikes to avert the looming crisis.
Systemic change requires that students, families and teachers collectively serve as designers of education.
Conditions in Palestine are an argument for prioritizing refugees for the COVID vaccine, not leaving them behind.
Homeless people are in an impossible position: They’re deprived of housing but barred from sleeping in public space.
COVID can’t be transmitted through drinking water, but that doesn’t mean your tap water is safe.
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.