Faulty Machines, Long Lines and Voter ID Laws: The Midterms
While voter suppression received notable attention in the months before the midterms, problems at voting stations on Election Day presented new obstacles for voters around the country.
Mira Craig-MorseNovember 8, 2018
Argentina: Indigenous Rights’ Activist Disappears After Repression
An Argentine activist disappeared during a protest that took place on August 1st, reports from fellow protesters tell that Santiago Maldonado, 28, was last seen being dragged away by Border Patrol agents.
Mira Craig-MorseAugust 9, 2017
Venezuela: Crisis Worsens After Controversial Election of the Constituent Assembly and Sanctions by the US
Between the farce of Maduro's constituent assembly and the shallow cries for freedom and democracy by the right opposition–no respite for the Venezuelan people.
Mira Craig-MorseAugust 5, 2017
Ten Dead After Migrants Are Trapped in Trailer Amid Summer Heat in Texas
Ten immigrants found dead in Texas due to heat exposure and asphyxiation.
Mira Craig-MorseJuly 26, 2017
Power Cuts in the Gaza Strip, a Humanitarian Crisis
As the Gaza Strip moves even more rapidly than predicted toward becoming uninhabitable, its two million residents face an escalating humanitarian crisis.
Mira Craig-MorseJuly 14, 2017
ARGENTINA: Action in Solidarity with PepsiCo Workers
PepsiCo workers, students, and other sectors of the working class blocked a road in the center of Buenos Aires as part of the fight against the firing 600 PepsiCo workers.
Mira Craig-MorseJuly 5, 2017
Workers Occupy Factory to Keep their Jobs with PepsiCo
600 workers who were fired by PepsiCo are taking matters into their own hands and occupying the factory in Buenos Aires.
Mira Craig-MorseJune 29, 2017