Advocates need to pressure congress to invest in institutions that care about and prioritize domestic and international wellbeing, while divesting from systems of violence and harm.
Our wealthiest give away only a fraction of what they could easily afford to give.
Most of the leaders of the alt-right are scrambling to distance themselves from Vladimir Putin. It might be too late.
Enterprises that tolerate huge pay gaps “succeed” not by empowering employees, but by building and wielding monopoly power.
Yes, we could ensure that our richest pay something in the neighborhood of their fair tax share.
Increasing military aid in Ukraine could thwart peace talks between Russia and Ukraine — which appeared to be making progress in the past few days.
The United States didn’t become a tax haven overnight.
Spending 12 times as much on our military as Russia didn’t prevent a war in Europe. It just deprived us of resources at home.
It’s not enough to say no to war. We urgently need our government to invest in real human needs for all, instead of further militarizing our planet.
While other EU countries have been increasing transparency and cracking down on kleptocratic capital, the U.S. is a laggard.
New York’s essential workers have been excluded from relief and benefits. The Fund Excluded Workers Coalition is fighting to change that.
A new wave of extractivism from the Global South is the hidden side of the energy transitions in the North.
Among care advocates, equitable paid leave policy needs to meet the triple A standard: Accessible, affordable, and adequate.
The legislation gets rid of a manufactured financial burden that has threatened the ability of USPS to provide good jobs and universal service.
The U.S. senator who chairs the GOP Senate campaign effort wants America’s poorest to pay up more at tax time.