AFRICA

Labor Movement and the Left in South Africa

Peter Jacobs talks about the labor movement after NUMSA's break with the COSATU, the movement Fees Must Fall and challenges for the Left.

BLACK STRUGGLE

Left Voice joins the Afro-Socialist Coalition at Taste of Soul LA

Julia Wallace

EDUCATION

Is a Liberatory Pedagogy Possible?

Hernán Cortiñas

PUERTO RICO

Storms, Colonial Chains, and US Cruelty

Héctor Reyes

STATEMENT OF THE TROTSKYIST FRACTION – FOURTH INTERNATIONAL

Support the Rebellion of the Catalan People and Their Right to Self-Determination

Trotskyist Fraction - Fourth International

UNITED STATES

Defend ACA or Fight for Universal Health Care?

We need free universal healthcare. A Single-Payer program is far from ideal, but it would represent a big gain and leave workers in the U.S. in a much better position to fight for (...)

Juan Cruz Ferre
Shreya Mahajan

MEXICO

Mexico’s Women Workers: Most Oppressed, Most Courageous

Far more than half of the reported deaths due to the earthquake in Mexico City were women due to unsafe working conditions and the segregation of domestic labor. But women refuse to be victims (...)

Tatiana Cozzarelli

SANTIAGO MALDONADO

Two Months Asking Where Is Santiago Maldonado?

On the day that marks the second month of Santiago Maldonado’s disappearance, rallies were held all over the country. Santiago’s brother, Sergio, read a letter in which he asked the president of (...)

IDEAS AND DEBATES

From Social Democracy to World War

Jimena Vergara

In his NYT op-ed, Jacobin's Bhaskar Sunkara makes a key omission— ignoring the important experience of workers' democracy created by the soviets and the Left Opposition's struggle against (...)

US Politics

Noam Chomsky and Chris Hedges Are Wrong - Antifa and Nazis Are Not the Same

Isaac Russo

United States

Trump and a Policy of Fear Against Migrants

Ximena Goldman

This week, the Donald Trump government deported 498 immigrants in an ICE offensive against the Sanctuary Cities.

US-IRAN

Who Wins and Who Loses in Trump’s Iran Strategy?

Arielle Concilio

IDEAS AND DEBATES

Cop Organizers Aren’t Comrades

Julia Wallace
Tatiana Cozzarelli

ARGENTINA

Socialist Feminism in Practice: Learning from Pan y Rosas

Francesca Gomes

A member of the Left Voice delegation to Argentina writes about her experience learning from the socialist women's group, Pan y Rosas.

Argentina

Workers’ Control Under Capitalism

Imagine taking over the factory you are working at. Imagine working without bosses. Imagine full democracy at the workplace. This is the story of the workers at the MadyGraf printing plant in (...)

Sonja Krieger

ARGENTINA

The Piquetero Movement and the Left

The Partido Obrero of Argentina (Workers’ Party) recently published an astonishing article in its newspaper Prensa Obrera (Workers’ Press).This article has revived a long-standing debate about the (...)

Lucho Aguilar

UNITED KINGDOM

Strike with Pride

With humour and sharp political insights, along with some amusing anecdotes, Mike, Gethin and Jonathan recall their time as LGSM members.

IDEAS & DEBATES

Let’s Build an International Revolutionary Movement

The return of imperialist nationalism has made the development of proletarian internationalism and anti-imperialism increasingly urgent.

Trotskyist Fraction

Gender

GENDER

Solidarity with Ni Una Menos at Left Forum

On Saturday in Buenos Aires, thousands of people marched in the Ni Una Menos protests. In New York City, participants in the Left Forum took photos in (...)

VIDEO

INTERVIEW

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A Left Rooted in the Working Class - Interview with Kim Moody

MEDIA

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Solidarity with PepsiCo Workers!

MEDIA

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Watch “Marx is Back”, Episode 3: State and Revolution

MEDIA

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Watch "Marx is Back", Episode 2: The Market and the Capitalist Crisis

EDUCATION

A Marxist Critique of John Dewey: The Limits of Progressive Education

Tatiana Cozzarelli

John Dewey’s Progressive Education is the centerpiece of the field of educational studies, forming the basis for writers like Paulo Freire. However, Dewey does not see that modern teacher centered (...)

VENEZUELA

What Policy for the Socialist Left in Venezuela?

The Venezuelan political crisis deepens as July 30 approaches. That is the date for the election of representatives to a fraudulent Constituent Assembly convened by the government. This call has (...)

Eduardo Molina

ECONOMY

Marx’s Capital, 150 Years Later

British economist Michael Roberts takes a look at the implications of Karl Marx's major work, 150 years after its first edition.

Michael Roberts

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

The U.S. and North Korea: A War of Nerves, For Now.

While Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston, another storm was brewing thousands of miles away.

Claudia Cinatti

Damnificados exigen que la reconstrucción sea con dinero público

La movilización contó con al participación de varios contingentes, entre jóvenes que se solidarizaron, habitantes de las principales zonas afectadas (...)

CDMX: la sexta megaciudad en el mundo más peligrosa para las mujeres

La Fundación Thomson Reuters calificó a la ciudad de México como la sexta megaciudad más peligrosa en el mundo para las mujeres. La Fundación (...)

Reconstrucción bajo control de los trabajadores

Damnificados en la zozobra. Muertes en edificios colapsados, impunes. Peña y Slim: el gran negocio de la reconstrucción. Apenas hace un mes, uno (...)

Represión y miedo en las escuelas a un mes del sismo

El sismo –que las y los maestros vivimos con mucho temor, pues tuvimos que desalojar grupos de más de 40 niños o adolescentes–, dejó 16 mil 136 (...)