The Israeli siege has made daily life in Gaza a particular kind of nightmare. Here, a Palestinian mother speaks about her grim experience, as well as the hopes that sustain her.
Dorothy Holmes reflects on how her personal grief compels her to work toward collective justice.
Chicago’s new city budget has achieved some limited gains, but at the steep costs of massive police funding and the risk of bolstering Lightfoot’s grip on power. The socialist left needs a new strategic approach to set its own terms in the future.
The anti-abortion movement has been appropriating social justice language in an attempt to reach new audiences. Their misogyny will only flourish unless we make it clear that abortion is not just about choice, but class struggle.
A Black graduate student at Illinois State University, Jelani Day, went missing on August 25. His body was found in a river near a modern-day racist sundown town, and the official story doesn’t add up.
Police have enthusiastically adopted a new means to endanger the public by rallying against vaccine mandates—and they’re gathering support.