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The Progressive

In DeVos’s Home State, Students Push for their Right to Literacy

In DeVos’s Home State, Students Push for their Right to Literacy

Literacy has been, and continues to be, a critical component of African-American liberation.
“No Guarantees”

“No Guarantees”

Sarah Huckabee Sanders says there’s a whole lot she “can’t guarantee” about her boss.
The Other Americans: Migration in a Changing Climate

The Other Americans: Migration in a Changing Climate

The drought is driving many small landholders to leave their homes in the hopes of providing for their families. They see themselves as having no other choice.
Is Louisville Ground Zero in the Fight for Democratic Control of Public Schools?

Is Louisville Ground Zero in the Fight for Democratic Control of Public Schools?

The takeover of Jefferson County Public Schools is not a contest between ‘red vs. blue,’ but of whether democracy matters at all.
Tuesday’s Primary Sets up Trumpism Versus Progressivism in Fall Elections

Tuesday’s Primary Sets up Trumpism Versus Progressivism in Fall Elections

In the Midwest and across the country, the November election will test the Democrats’ messages of civility and progress against an entrenched Republican Party that has now fully embraced Donald Trump.
Continuing the Teachers’ Fight in West Virginia

Continuing the Teachers’ Fight in West Virginia

The West Virginia teachers won a raise, but the biggest fight, says Rebecca Diamond, teacher and member of the American Federation of Teachers-West Virginia, is still ongoing.
Soaring Defense Budget Shortchanges our Future

Soaring Defense Budget Shortchanges our Future

Viewed through a global lens, our defense budget looks obscene.
What the ‘Sensible Middle’ Doesn’t Get About Education

What the ‘Sensible Middle’ Doesn’t Get About Education

There is no middle between facts and the story that the earth is flat.
It’s Time to Decriminalize Sex Work

It’s Time to Decriminalize Sex Work

For many Americans, prostitution has shifted from a moral issue, “sin,” to a legal one, “consent.”
Foreign Correspondent: Afghanistan Has Become Trump’s ‘Failed Narco State’

Foreign Correspondent: Afghanistan Has Become Trump’s ‘Failed Narco State’

President Donald Trump is back on the stump, trumpeting his alleged triumphs since the 2016 election. Somehow, he never mentions Afghanistan.
Raging and Healing in Charlottesville

Raging and Healing in Charlottesville

The twelve months since the violent white supremacist Unite the Right rally have forced a painful reckoning on the liberal college town.
A White Supremacist Rally With Hardly Any White Supremacists

A White Supremacist Rally With Hardly Any White Supremacists

The ‘Unite the Right 2’ rally was a flop thanks to overwhelming, well-organized opposition.
Five Questions For: ‘Documenting Hate: Charlottesville’ Producer Karim Hajj

Five Questions For: ‘Documenting Hate: Charlottesville’ Producer Karim Hajj

‘I was most surprised by their reluctance to admit to their politics.’
Farmers Want Fair Trade, Not Handouts

Farmers Want Fair Trade, Not Handouts

If Trump really wants to earn farmers’ trust, then his administration needs to seriously work on legislation that ensures them a fair price that covers their cost of production.
Scott Walker’s Gubernatorial Opponent Will be the Democrat Who Embraces Public Education

Scott Walker’s Gubernatorial Opponent Will be the Democrat Who Embraces Public Education

Tony Evers leads in polls among the slew of Democratic candidates vying to take on Walker. But is he pro-public school enough to win?
The U.S. Is Complicit in Child Slaughter in Yemen

The U.S. Is Complicit in Child Slaughter in Yemen

On August 9, a U.S.-supported Saudi airstrike bombed a bus carrying schoolchildren in Sa’ada, a city in northern Yemen.
Smart Ass Cripple: Calling for a Straw Summit

Smart Ass Cripple: Calling for a Straw Summit

I drink martinis through a straw—which isn’t easy.
Wisconsin Democrats Debate Who Can Beat Scott Walker

Wisconsin Democrats Debate Who Can Beat Scott Walker

Between two groups—the divided and the disaffected—lies the path to victory for Democrats in Wisconsin.
The U.S. is Funding a War on Poor People in the Philippines

The U.S. is Funding a War on Poor People in the Philippines

The Philippine National Police, implicated in the suppression of labor movements and President Duterte’s war on drugs, receive a significant amount of funding through U.S. foreign military financing.
The Leaning Tower of Trump

The Leaning Tower of Trump

‘Meeting with a foreign power to help swing an election is, like, SO legal. Everyone does it!’