A report from a large demonstration in Maryland, and a look at why workers went on strike around the country.
A massive relief effort builds on Occupy’s strengths, and seeks to rebuild communities on a deeper level.
On #S17, a smaller but dedicated group of protesters took the streets of New York.
Meet some of the DC-area undocumented youth who will qualify for a reprieve under the Obama administration’s new policy.
Climate justice organizers are taking the next step in the fight against the zombie pipeline, joining other direct actions against fossil fuel extraction this summer.
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The agreement helps keep college affordable for millions.
For years, employees at the private, prestigious Pomona College in southern California had tried to unionize in an effort to secure fair wages.
An actor who once worked as a for-profit college admissions advisor has turned his year-long experience into a one-man traveling show.
“College education is one of the best investments America can make for our future,” the president said.
How can a state with gay-friendly laws protect its kids from bullying and suicide?
Ted Gonder, honored by the White House as a Champion of Change, helps young Chicagoans learn financial literacy.
Tak Nguyen and Bryan Pezeshki, co-founders of the non-profit “Swipes for the Homeless,” talked with Campus Progress about their experiences impacting the Los Angeles homeless community.
The lockout of 1,300 union workers—combined with a coalition of American candy companies, conservative economists, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and environmentalists—could take down Big Sugar in Congress.
After the two beverage giants severed ties with the right-wing group, major food company Kraft is pulling out, too.
In addition to pushing voter suppression efforts to state lawmakers, ALEC has helped advance other right-wing legislation including “Stand Your Ground” laws.
Student loan debt recently exceeded $1 trillion, and activists marched through Washington D.C. to raise awareness of the growing crisis.
The second day of arguments on the Affordable Care Act was marked by demonstrations for women’s rights.
Six months after the birth of Occupy Wall Street, a look back at the community that started it all.