A wave of union organizing at college campuses across California and the nation in recent months is being fueled by part-time faculty who are increasingly discontented over working conditions and a lack of job security.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --"We can begin by doing small things at the local level, like planting community gardens or looking out for our neighbors. That is how change takes place in living systems, not from above but from within, from many local actions occurring simultaneously." -- Grace Lee Boggs The Metabolic Studio today announced its 2014 Chora Prize will be awarded to Detroit activist and philosopher Grace Lee Boggs in recognition of the work that spans her lifetime.
Crowds have flooded the centre of Paris for a historic demonstration against terrorism which has reportedly attracted more than 3 million people - becoming the largest protest in French history according to the country's government.
La artista cubana Tania Bruguera ofreció una entrevista exclusiva a Radio Martí donde expuso detalles de su detención, de las causas por las que se le acusan así como de sus motivaciones para realiza...
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuban police detained up to a dozen dissidents who had gone to a Havana prison to demand that fellow opponents of the government be released, dissidents said on Thursday. The detentions follow a series of others since Tuesday in a crackdown against activists who have attempted to test the communist government's tolerance for free speech and assembly in the wake of Cuba's thaw in relations with the United States. Cuban officials do not comment on police activity such as the detention of dissidents, and the Cuban government dismisses the opponents as paid advocates of the U.S. government. The dissidents have limited public support inside Cuba.
ATLANTA -- Madison Harris was gunned down by a streetcar conductor in 1946, a black man killed by a white man in what a judge deemed “justifiable murder,” though the circumstances suggested it was anything but that.