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COP 21: Help the PW raise $6,000 for climate coverage in Paris

We take sides - yours - with stories to save the planet and you. Now you have a chance to help us do it.


Today in history: Watching the School of the Americas for 25 years

Today, and for the rest of the weekend, School of the Americas Watch (SOA Watch) will gather on its 25th anniversary.


MillionStudentMarch demands end to education profiteering, wage stagnation

According to the #MillionStudentMarch website, 58 percent of the $1 trillion owed in student loans are held by the poorest 23 percent of Americans.


Biden not running for president, but vows to fight for justice

"While I will not be a candidate," said Biden, "I will not be silent. I intend to speak out clearly and forcefully."


“SlutWalk” in Los Angeles causes controversy

"I can wear whatever I want, but it still doesn't mean that I want to have sex with you or I'm asking for it."


Pope to Congress: Politics cannot be a slave to finance

He is the first pope in history to address a joint session of Congress.


Event will bring activism and honor for Cuba

Upcoming activities include lobbying Congress to respect the self-determination and sovereignty of the Cuban people.


People’s World wins new round of media awards

People's World received a new round of media awards recently for news and opinion-editorial writing.


Indigenous News: tribe to Redsk*ns - “no thanks to dirty money”

The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Council voted on Wednesday to refuse all money from the Washington NFL football team.


Medicare turns 50 with vigor in Los Angeles

The slogan of the day was "Medicare: As American as Apple Pie."

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