A farmworker who participates in the Ben & Jerry's supply chain marches for better working and living conditions.

“Thirteen Miles of Dignity:” Hundreds March on Ben & Jerry’s Vermont Factory for Migrant Workers’ Rights – Photo Essay

June 27, 2017 Dylan Kelley

On June 17th, hundreds of migrant workers, allies, and advocates set out from the Vermont state capital of Montpelier in a thirteen mile March for Dignity to the Ben & Jerry’s factory in Waterbury, VT. They demanded that the ice cream giant make good on overdue promises regarding working and living conditions for workers in its dairy supply chain.

A “ban the bomb” sign outside of the United Nations headquarters in New York City. (Twitter)

What Will it Take to Ban the Bomb?

June 13, 2017 Frida Berrigan

Nearly 30 years after the end of the Cold War, the nine nuclear states have nearly 15,000 nuclear weapons, each one many times more powerful than the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, which killed hundreds of thousands almost instantly.

Necessary Trouble: A Field Guide for the Resistance

March 7, 2017 Benjamin Dangl

The resistance is everywhere. It’s in the streets and at the airports. It’s in public office and on Twitter. It’s with the Nazi-punchers and the general strikers. Resistance to Trump is everywhere, and it’s growing. Much of the current organizing against Trump is building off of the last decade of social movement activity in America.

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