After scoring victory, India’s farmers see an opening to stymie Modi’s economic agenda Gerry Shih and Taniya Dutta Washington Post December 3, 2021
University of California lecturers greet new contract as “a game changer” and “only the beginning” Steve Weingarten, Jane Hundertmark, and David Bacon California Federation of Teachers November 17, 2021
The new contract brings significantly greater job security and pay.
Sr. Dianna Ortiz, kidnapping survivor and advocate for torture victims, dies at 62 Dan Stockman Global Sisters Report February 20, 2021
Disha Ravi: the climate activist who became the face of India’s crackdown on dissent Hannah Ellis-Petersen The Guardian February 17, 2020
The 22-year-old who ‘wears her heart on her sleeve’ founded the Indian branch of the Fridays for Future network and organized strikes across the country
Paint, poems and protest anthems: Myanmar’s coup inspires the art of defiance Hannah Beech New York Times February 17, 2021
The creative classes are providing a mass uprising in the country with an imaginative verve and rebellious spirit that has caught the military generals off guard.
India’s farmers are protesting authoritarianism disguised as capitalism. Sound familiar? Supreet Kaur NBC News February 16, 2021 (opinion)
The Indian government forced through a series of laws that could enrich a few corporations while impoverishing millions. No wonder people are protesting.
Thailand’s pro-democracy protesters clash with police Reuters/The Guardian February 13, 2021