The government seems willing to undermine the very bedrock of human rights law to keep employees at work, writes Aidan McQuade.
Caitlin Johnstone: Good Thing Biden Beat Trump
As we approach the halfway mark of this president’s first term, it’s good to consider the top seven reasons why he is so much better than his predecessor.
Britons Face More Austerity, Weaker Rights Under Sunak
Rishi Sunak’s policy history and cabinet appointments have raised fears of even more benefits cuts and a drastic curtailing of basic rights, says Tanupriya Singh.
The Last Thing Haiti Needs Is Another Military Intervention
Waves of invasions have prevented the country from securing its sovereignty and have prevented its people from building dignified lives, writes Vijay Prashad.
US LABOR DAY: Central American Migrants & US Labor History
Worker wins at Amazon and Starbucks recall a previous period of union success, writes Elizabeth Oglesby.
Detained Immigrants Go on Strike
The labor action against $1 a day pay and work conditions is taking place at two facilities in California operated by the GEO Group, one of the largest for-profit prison companies in the U.S., Alejandra Quintero reports.
Buying Mexican Blood
In a lawsuit, global pharmaceutical companies acknowledged for the first time the extent to which Mexicans visiting the U.S. on short-term visas contribute to the world’s supply of blood plasma, Stefanie Dodt reports.
Africa, the Collateral Victim of a Distant Conflict
Memories of older forms of colonialism sharpen the way that many Africans view their treatment now, writes Vijay Prashad.
US Risks Sinking Americas’ Summit
Biden should invite all the heads of state in the region to the Americas’ Summit to foster better dialogue and a brighter future for the hemisphere, writes Medea Benjamin.
Ukraine’s Non-White Refugees
Emmanuel Achiri and Hrishabh Sandilya call for immediate rectification of the current degrading and inhumane detention practices at European borders.