Peace and Climate

Holtec No! Cape Cod Bay, Yes!

by Diane Turco When the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth shut down for good in June, 2019, we all breathed a sigh of relief. Finally, we thought, the risk of a serious nuclear accident was in the past! But the reprieve came to a […]

Leonard Peltier. Photo: Jeffry Scott
Racial Justice and Decolonization

Leonard Peltier is America’s Nelson Mandela

by David Detmold Imprisoned American Indian Movement (AIM) elder Leonard Peltier is 77 years old, suffering from severe diabetes, hypertension, an aortic aneurysm, and is blind in one eye. He has been imprisoned for more than 46 years, unjustly convicted of aiding and abetting in […]

Democracy

Students Make a Difference!

by Mario Boozang Student activism has played a crucial role in recent American history, from protesting segregated schools in the 1960s to participating in the Black Lives Matter movement today. Both high school and college students can gain enormous political power through organizing and demanding […]