Youth and Students

Cuba’s new Family Code, a law of love

Members of the 51st Venceremos Brigade were invited to an open-air meeting to learn about the passage of Cuba’s new…

January 20, 2023

How the war machine ‘recruits’ poor, oppressed youth

A Dec. 11 New York Times report highlighted how thousands of public high school students in majority poor, Black and…

December 20, 2022

Anniversary of first union win:
Protests target Starbucks

December 9 marked the one-year anniversary of the historic victory at a Starbucks store in Buffalo, New York, when the…

December 13, 2022

New School adjunct faculty strike enters third week

New York City Dec. 5 — Raucous twin picketlines at the New School University Center and at neighboring Parsons School…

December 6, 2022

SCOTUS hands off Indigenous children!

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Nov. 9 on the case of Haaland v. Brackeen, which could overturn the Indian…

November 19, 2022

Philadelphia Trans March for safety, inclusion ‘for all’

Philadelphia Hundreds of trans people, family members, friends and supporters joined the 12th Annual Philly Trans March on Oct. 8.…

October 14, 2022

Indigenous leaders target cathedral for Orange Shirt Day 

By Will Hodgkinson Boston Sept. 30 — Indigenous leaders of the United American Indians of New England (UAINE), the North…

October 7, 2022

Youth join global strike for climate justice

Climate strikers in Bengaluru, India, one of 450 global locations, were among hundreds of thousands demanding “climate reparations and justice”…

September 28, 2022

West Virginia politicians ban abortion, but not without a fight

Charleston, West Virginia Sept. 14 — The Republican-majority West Virginia legislature passed an abortion ban during a Sept. 13 special…

September 16, 2022

Editorial: ¡Hacer que la educación sea gratuita!

Después de años en los que los políticos sólo hablaban y no hacían nada con respecto a la deuda estudiantil,…

September 5, 2022