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CONFRONTING DEVELOPMENT
Barbara Adams and Kathryn Tobin - December 2014

In the year 2000, the world’s leaders assembled at the Millennium Summit to affirm their commitment to an ambitious development agenda, later distilled into eight “Millennium Development Goals” (MDGs). The summit famously called,...

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THE ULTIMATE IMMIGRANT CITY
Alina Mogilyanskaya - December 2014

By Alina Mogilyanskaya. Starting in January 2015, New York City residents, including more than 500,000 undocumented immigrants, will be able to obtain a municipal identification card. For those immigrants living in...

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RACE TO THE RIGHT?
Ethan Young - November 2014

By Ethan Young. The morning after Election Day 2014, the New York Daily News featured a headline: “Bam Drags Down Dems.” Roughly translated, this means: “President Obama’s declining popularity led to...

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GERMANY’S ENERGIEWENDE
Hans Thie - October 2014

By Hans Thie. There is little chance of preventing catastrophic climate change without replacing fossil fuels (like coal and oil) with renewables like wind and solar. A radical energy transition is needed, and, as the...

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MAPPING SOCIALIST STRATEGIES
RLS–NYC - September 2014

In the first days of August, 2014, the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office brought together one hundred influential leftists and progressives from across the United States, Canada, and Europe for an “un-conference” on...

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THE GREAT INACTION
Sean Sweeney - September 2014

By Sean Sweeney. For decades now, the world’s governments have met with the stated goal of meeting the challenge of climate change with a global treaty to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Years of talks have failed...

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THE “POST-RACIAL” MYTH
Albert Scharenberg - August 2014

By Albert Scharenberg. Every day since a white policeman shot Michael Brown, an unarmed 18-year-old African American, in Ferguson, Missouri, thousands of people have protested against police brutality. At the same...

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WHO CARES?
Nancy Folbre - August 2014

By Nancy Folbre - It would seem that contemporary capitalism doesn’t care that much about care work. Including support for our elders, children, mentally ill, and others requiring assistance, care work is either...

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LABOR SOLIDARITY ACROSS BORDERS

For photos from this event, go to our Flickr page. For the second straight year, the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office will co-host this Trinational Exchange with the UCLA Downtown Labor Center and the Institute for Transnational Social Change. Last year’s READ MORE

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Photo Credit: The Street Pavers, Umberto Boccioni

LABOR SOLIDARITY ACROSS BORDERS

For photos from this event, go to our Flickr page. For the second straight year, the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office will co-host this Trinational Exchange with the UCLA Downtown Labor Center and the Institute for Transnational Social Change. Last year’s roundtable focused on the state of labor 20 years after NAFTA. You can download the report by journalist David Bacon in English and Spanish. This year’s gathering brings together representatives......
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