An attempted assassination, criminalization, and violent eviction in 2014 didn't stop the Peaceful Resistance of La Puya in Guatemala, which won legal action suspending harmful mining activities.
Research & Commentary
From academics to activists, thoughtful people worldwide are focusing their attention on economic inequality as never before.
Global Climate Talks Spark Action Against Investment Treaties Favoring Fossil Fuel Corporations Over People and Planet
In the Gulf of Ulloa, a U.S. treasure-hunting company turned seabed mining outfit poses a dire risk to the environment.
Un mar de problemas: La explotación minera de los fondos marinos y el arbitraje internacional en México
En el Golfo de Ulloa, una empresa estadounidense dedicada a la búsqueda de tesoros y convertida en empresa de explotación minera de los fondos marinos representa un grave riesgo para el medio ambiente.
Civil rights leaders of the 1960s understood that without political power, racial economic gaps would persist.
A new survey commissioned by the Institute for Policy Studies shows the extent of local support for unionization efforts at Amazon’s Bessemer warehouse.
Members of Congress use their power to profit off elected office, but both the public and new legislation hope to stop them.
Turning up the spotlight on tax dodging by the wealthy would increase momentum for fair taxation to pay for needed public investments.
Transportation policies prioritizing private vehicle use leave the poor and people of color behind.
My daughter and I were on the verge of homelessness before the Child Tax Credit. What’s going to happen to vulnerable families now?