The way business and government prepared—or failed to prepare—for the Winter Storm Uri disaster and the way they responded to it tell a bloody tale of climate obstruction, greed, indifference and cruelty.
Green New Deal
Editorial: Green recovery needs a radical struggleJanuary 30, 2021
Recovery from current environmental, health and economic devastation needs radical struggles and ideas or it will be funneled into building a new stage of capitalism.
Readers’ views: September-October 2020, part twoAugust 29, 2020
Readers’ Views takes up: Queer safety is a human right; fake green politics; women in India; women in the U.S.; shameless evictions; voices from behind bars.
Demanding a future, youth lead fight for climate justiceJune 26, 2019
Schoolchildren continue to hold Fridays for Future strikes weekly across the world, demanding “that governments immediately provide a safe pathway to stay within 1.5°C of global heating.” The Right’s attempts to co-opt this passion highlight capitalism’s contradictions and the need to center a liberatory direction.
Readers’ Views: March-April 2019, Part 2March 11, 2019
Readers’ Views on: Rosa Luxemburg’s revolutionary life; the Green New Deal; and voices from behind bars.
Detroit celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.January 26, 2019
Participant report from Detroit’s 16th Annual Martin Luther King Day Rally.
The Green not-so-great New DealJanuary 24, 2019
Calls for a “green new deal” risk the kind of state/party co-optation of movements from below that was involved in the 1930s New Deal.
Solidarity with striking oil workersMarch 7, 2015
The first national oil refinery strike since 1980 manifested safety-related demands by the workers and garnered much labor, community, and environmentalist support.