We praise charity efforts to combat climate change in countries like Bangladesh as generous, without critiquing why they are made necessary in the first place.
It’s hard to overstate how the Next Leaders program impacted me – and others here at IPS and beyond who all got our start as interns or Fellows.
Yesterday, two anti-immigrant amendments that would have extended the legacy of the draconian Trump-era immigration policy, Title 42, each took the Senate floor for a vote. Both failed. Title 42 […]
Lawmakers are filling schools with police and viciously targeting students and teachers. How are kids supposed to learn?
Many of the people most impacted by abortion bans are also most impacted by pollution.
Artisans rely on Etsy to market their creations, but the platform’s profit-maximizing policies hurt more than they help. Here’s why the sellers went on strike.
If we are serious about keeping children safe, lawmakers should heed the dozens of school districts across the country that have begun decreasing their reliance on police in schools.
With a 22 percent poverty rate, the LGBTQ+ community needs more than rainbow flags from multi-million dollar corporations.
With a full vote for this year’s NDAA expected in July, it is not too late to turn the tide. It is time to say no to nuclear weapons.
The first-ever Senate hearing on Medicare for All examined how our profit-driven healthcare system endangers patients and betrays nurses.
Our second Gilded Age isn’t as enchanting as Condé Nast and celebrity spectacle make it seem – but a red carpet parade while event workers struggle for dignified treatment epitomizes the era.
After servicing New York City’s wealthiest throughout the pandemic, 32,000 residential workers refused to accept a regressive new contract.
New York’s essential workers have been excluded from relief and benefits. The Fund Excluded Workers Coalition is fighting to change that.
Student workers keep Columbia University running, yet many struggle to make ends meet in one of the most expensive cities in the country.
Nebraska still gets 51% of its electricity from coal. But there’s good news: Nebraska has exceptional potential for wind energy.
Biden can’t say he’s putting human rights first and then welcome a prime minister who boasts about war crimes to the White House.
Even with climate disasters all around us, nonviolent environmental demonstrations face fierce police repression. Why?
The climate jobs program in the budget reconciliation deal should build on FDR’s initiative in ways that advance equity for all.