The UK, a nation of food banks and Ferraris, ranks as the world’s sixth-richest economy. Advocates are demanding change.
Research & Commentary
From academics to activists, thoughtful people worldwide are focusing their attention on economic inequality as never before.
In the decade since this disastrous Supreme Court ruling, just 11 wealthy people have made 20 percent of super PAC donations.
The U.S. Senate has just approved a deal that perpetuates the excessive powers of corporate polluters to ride roughshod over Mexican communities threatened by oil, mining, and gas projects.
In the two years since Congress passed the Republican tax law, the richest 1 percent have been the big winners.
A new campaign is building support for proposals to ensure that everyone who wants to work can have a good, living wage job.
Congress should take bipartisan action to protect this vital public service and the good jobs it maintains.
People Power in Romania Stopped a Mining Project. Now the Corporation is Suing for Billions of Dollars.
Romanian and U.S. environmental justice activists demonstrated in Washington, DC, outside a World Bank tribunal hearing on a case brought by Canadian-based Gabriel Resources.
The Washington Post downplayed the most hopeful findings of their own poll on climate action, so we highlighted those findings for them.