Can a hospital that is ostensibly a “public charity” profit from and reinforce racism? It can, as demonstrated by the case of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
On May 15, fast food workers went on strike in as many as 150 cities around the world. Liberation News staffers report from the streets.
In 2013 we saw unprecedented police brutality--a Texas case is a reminder of the level of violence cops have been permitted to unleash on people under a corrupt system.
Despite its status, the “$10 billion integrated global health enterprise” can be described as anything but charitable.
This year Black Friday became a day of labor struggle as Walmart workers made history with a strike and national day of action at the massively profitable corporation that exploits their labor.
A page has turned in the legal battle in the case of Jordan Miles, a case of racist police aggression that has sparked a long and intense struggle in the surrounding community.
On the rainy, cold morning of April 21, more than 100 Pittsburghers gathered for a rally against police brutality and racism.
Activists in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh protest to say no to war with Iran, Feb. 10 and 11.
On Nov. 2, the University of Pittsburgh police forcibly prevented members of the public from attending a Students for Justice in Palestine event.
A “for-profit” prison developer and a county attorney bribed two Pennsylvania judges $2.9 million to help build and then push youths into their prisons .