The police story of this murder was a lie

We need a system change here and it's not going to happen unless we, the people make it happen.


Thanksgiving now is a lot better than it was then

While it is a cliché to state what you're thankful for, I am thankful for what I have today and for the way things turned out.


PW in the streets: People weigh in on defeating ISIS and Syrian refugee crisis

People's World took it to the streets to ask the people what they thought about President Obama's strategy going forward, and allowing Syrian refugees into the U.S.


It’s time to exonerate the Groveland Four

Despite Groveland becoming a beacon of light for black residents, local law enforcement had become known for their brutality toward the black community.


Dear Gov. Snyder: Syrian refugees are welcome in my home

"Contrary to your declaration of denying refugees a home, I am going to defy your ban and will offer MY home in Traverse City, Michigan."


Love, hate, and Islamophobia

"After last Friday's senseless tragedy in Paris, the rejection of my loved ones reached a fever pitch."


Paris is bleeding: enough is enough

Americans who want to see an end to terror and global social injustice have to speak out now.


After Paris, what happens here?

Americans can't let the hawks stampede us back into panic and illusions that U.S. military supremacy can remake the world.


John Reid, 68: 1199SEIU champion for workers and social justice

A strong and deeply respected leader in the labor movement, Reid will be remembered as a champion for working people.


Remembering Sequim’s perennial Postmaster, Mary Brown

Mary Brown was the living embodiment of the "fighting Irish," a "never give up, never give in" spirit of independence and progressivism.

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