Fifty years ago the Civil Rights Act was passed into law in the US. Movements, not governments, propel change.
The strengths and limitations of prefigurative politics.
Reconsidering Poor People's Movements in the wake of mass uprising.
In the wake of Occupy, some community organizers are interested in questioning the old divide between "movements" and "organizations"—and in harnessing the power of both.
Three years after the resignation of Mubarak, the Egyptian Revolution provides a perfect example of what mass, disruptive protest can accomplish—and what it can't.
If politicians in Washington, DC refuse to talk about our warming planet, how do we shift the climate of national debate?
On the anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, #S17, our U.S. columnist says the 99 per cent could sorely use another round of rebellion.
Progressive movements are stronger when they can take on centrists or liberals than when pitted against elected conservatives.
Are you disgusted and outraged by the recent decision of the Boy Scouts of America to reaffirm its exclusion of gay members from the organization? You’re not alone.
Organizations that usually demand cancellation of debts owed by impoverished countries are now calling for debt forgiveness for a different group of borrowers: U.S. students.