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Reimagining the Police
To end the prevalence of "warrior" culture found within police departments, PD bargaining units should be combined with other social support staff.
Democracy and Microgrids
Democratizing the energy grid is one way to limit fallout from climate change while bringing us closer to a socialist future.
Fighting Trumpism with Education
Diluting the propaganda deployed on the working class requires significant investments into education.
Arctic Heat Melts Our Future
As the world beings to realize more dramatic accelerants to climate change, the need for global mobilization becomes more urgent than ever.
Enforcing the First Amendment
The National Guard and police have illegally assaulted protesters in Lafayette Square (D.C.) by violating the First Amendment of the Constitution, which allows peaceful demonstrations. The demo did not violate curfew and the attack was without warning.
Counter to Planet of the Humans
Planet of the Humans falls victim to misinformation, limited vision, and capitalist intrusion.
Prison Abolition and the War on the Poor
A program to abolish prisons and police needs more than sloganeering. We need a program that understands the struggle to win control for all the people looking to pursue a more just society.
A New Vision of Work Possible at Google?
In the fast-changing world of automation trending toward AI, tech workers could find themselves in the same boat as other workers sooner than they think.
NHK's Asia Insight: A Window to Developing Countries
Our news organizations do not focus on how the world is developing. Japan's NHK, available on many US cable listings, provides a fresh and different format.
Addressing climate change needs a short-term plan and a global one
To meet the danger of climate change, developed nations will need to organize a new global Marshall Plan with representatives from developing countries.
AFL-CIO Views the Future of Work -- Strategically
Education is a basic concern of the AFL-CIO. Millennial workers share this focus as one presenter noted that 50 percent of younger workers already have associate degrees or more.
West Virginia Teachers Tell How Passion -- and Solidarity -- Helped Win their Struggle
West Virginia teachers found their most influential support from the coalfield areas.
Long-term Thinking and Climate Change
To truly address climate change, countries must act collaboratively across borders while running the educational, building, industrial, and research assets needed to make the transition.
The Future China-U.S. Competition and Democratic Socialism
An opportunity for the left today is to show that democratic socialism is not only just, but also more functional at building a strong and resourceful country than neoliberal capitalism or China's state mercantilism.
Using Trade to Develop Nations and Protect Workers
What would a good trade pact look like? Some ideas to consider.
The Potential Impact of Energy Micro Grids
Dan Adkins updates the development of micro-grids, independent energy sources that can deal big corporate power companies out of their dominion over power and prices.
Interstate Sound Barriers can provide PV Solar to Metrorail
The sun and wind are public resources and will bring in a new era of regionally based power. By directly tying them into local governments and organizations we can be sure that they serve the public.