Wednesday, March 29, 2017

SW's daily alert | Why the NGOs Won't Lead the Revolution

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Why the NGOs won't lead the revolution

Leela Yellesetty | Even organizations that do good work and attempt to be accountable face a limitation: They are only addressing the symptoms, not the cause.

We'll fight for Alex, Kike and Zully

Scarlett Moore | The arrest of three immigrant activists who have led the fight for Vermont dairy farmworkers should be taken up as an attack on all workers.

The Podemos balance sheet

Josep Maria Antentas | Podemos' second congress reaffirmed Pablo Iglesias's power, but there were openings for a more democratic and left-wing party.

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No scabbing on women's hockey

Dave Zirin | The U.S. women's ice hockey team is on strike--and management's attempt to find "replacement players" is backfiring badly.

SJP chapters have the right to say no

Shane James | A Students for Justice in Palestine chapter didn't violate the principle of free speech by rescinding an invitation to a guest speaker.

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