There’s no “national interest” worth risking nuclear conflict. But urgent diplomacy and humanitarian aid — and Russia’s own antiwar movement — could stop the suffering.
It’s people vs. fossil fuels, and the people are chalking up some impressive wins.
Transportation policies prioritizing private vehicle use leave the poor and people of color behind.
A new joint report from Fight Inequality Alliance, Institute for Policy Studies, Oxfam, and Patriotic Millionaires details what can be funded by simply taxing the rich.
King’s “Testament of Hope” sounds as relevant today as the day it was published.
The year to come could still see big changes for the better. Here’s how.
The Democrats’ main vulnerability right now is that voters simply have no idea they’re trying to do popular things.
The Build Back Better program isn’t just inadequate on climate—it may be a disaster. Here’s what movements are demanding next.
The veteran tax attorney unraveled Nike founder Phil Knight’s tax avoidance schemes for a recent Bloomberg investigation. He sits down with Chuck Collins to explain how this is possible under existing tax law — and what should change.
Today’s voting rights and economic justice advocates must apply two key lessons from the courageous activists of a half-century ago.
The Cost of Militarization Since 9/11
More Afghan-like tragedies will be inevitable until we squeeze the personal profit out of prepping for war.
President Biden was right to withdraw U.S. troops. But we should have no illusion that this will end the war for Afghans.
The former mineworker received the Institute’s Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Award in 1990 for his leadership in the successful Pittston coal strike.
It’s beautiful that there’s an Olympic team for 82 million displaced people. But have we accepted mass displacement as the new normal?