Natalia Marques
Biden’s first year: Did anything fundamentally change?

Responding to pressure from people’s movements, Biden set lofty goals for his administration. How many of these promises has the administration fulfilled?

US Senate poised to strike down voting rights legislation a day after commemoration of MLK

Senator Sinema upholds filibuster rule, paving the way for historic voting rights legislation to be shot down by Republicans

Striking Kroger workers in Colorado take on industry giant

Taking on a company in which the CEO makes 909x more than a worker, King Soopers workers vote nearly unanimously to strike

“How many more people gotta die?” ask Bronx residents

After building fire kills 17, Bronx community members plead for system-wide solutions as City shifts blame from landlord to residents

After the largest anti-racist uprising in the US, historic trials provide important lessons

In the year 2021, it was the turn of the US government, particularly its judicial system, to respond to the protests of 2020

Crucial social spending bill in the US blocked by Democratic Party Senator Joe Manchin

Senator Joe Manchin went on Fox News last Sunday to announce that he “cannot vote” for the widely popular Build Back Better Act.

US health infrastructure once again unprepared for COVID-19 surge

In the nation with the highest number of COVID-19 deaths, people in the US are confronting a third wave of coronavirus cases as the Omicron variant surges through the country.

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