Ending police exchanges will help build a world where our ties are of solidarity and common pursuits for justice.
Economic sanctions are a weapon of war, not an alternative to war.
U.S. actions are raising tensions with Russia rather than resolving them.
The climate crisis rages on as Biden prioritizes bipartisanship on an infrastructure bill that guts climate action.
Biden’s American Jobs Plan calls for $2.3 trillion in federal spending over eight years. That’s a lot, but much less than we spend on our military.
Militarism isn’t security. Real security encompasses justice, health, housing, food, education, and civil rights.
Millions of people are still unemployed, facing eviction or foreclosure, and scrambling to get enough to eat.
Recent years have seen growth in solidarity with Palestinians as many question support for Israel.
Amazon profits from helping oil and gas companies destroy the planet more frugally. Jeff Bezos’ $10 billion climate fund must be viewed in this context.
Progressive proposals are always met with affordability questions. Those same questions must be put to conservatives, starting with Trump’s 2021 budget.
The military budget for 2021 must involve a tougher negotiation that results in real changes to Pentagon and presidential war powers.
Throughout Trump’s presidency, his racist actions and rhetoric have harmed millions. But they threaten even more insidious shifts in the future.
Palestinians deserve to live freely, but their personhood and freedom are denied every day — with great assistance from the United States.
As anti-extraction protests gain momentum, government responds with threats of federal prison time for those who interfere with the fossil fuel industry.
Trump has signaled his priorities. Now it’s up to Congress to intervene on behalf of the people.