13 October | In November, Massachusetts residents will vote in a referendum on trans people’s rights to not be discriminated against in public accomodations.
3 October | In the last few years, there has been a revival of interest in Kautsky's politics in both academia and on the political left.
23 September | Adjunct faculty at CUNY have been exploited for decades, but the union leadership has done little to address the problem. A militant, rank and file strategy, grounded in solidarity, is the only (...)
James Dennis Hoff
8 September | In his new film “BlacKkKlansman,” Spike Lee uses footage from last year’s deadly Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville. But the film says nothing about how the police watched white supremacists (...)
22 August | Starting August 21st, people incarcerated in U.S. prisons will begin a 19-day national strike. What are their demands?
20 August | Revolutionaries have classically rejected the reformists’ political method of relying on the electoral/legislative process and the state. Here is why.
11 August | In 1856, the combined forces of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala beat back U.S.-backed filibuster William Walker’s attacks from Nicaragua.
6 August | April 11 marked the beginning of a new wave of protests in Nicaragua. Now, more than 100 days later, protesters remain committed to their struggle against the Ortega-Murillo (...)
29 July | Young people are turning to socialism, and Democratic Party politicians are adopting the term. But what is socialism?
25 July | The murder of Black barber Harith Augustus sparks a conversation on the Chicago police, economic violence and the Black resistance movement.
24 July | After the Singapore meeting between Trump and Kim Jong-un, questions loom large. What is the path ahead for North Korea? What chances are there for a lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula? South (...)
9 July | This is the first article in a series that aims to analyze the perspectives of revolutionary processes in Central America using the concept of permanent (...)
20 April | In political theory and philosophy, especially leftist theory and philosophy, one not infrequently encounters the notion of ‘rupture.’ But what does a ‘rupture’ refer to, and why does it (...)
19 April | Activists in the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts have succeeded in forcing the city council to vote on a boycott of Hewlett Packard, one of the largest technology companies aiding the Israeli (...)
17 April | Since 1955, the same right wing party has ruled Japan. What is the Liberal Democratic Party and how have they governed?
10 April | In the wake of the Stoneman Douglas mass shooting, the aftermath has launched a nationwide movement against gun violence. On the surface it’s hard not to agree with these organizers but when we (...)
23 March | How has a science focused on capital accumulation been used to overturn tried and true models of agriculture to the detriment of the environment and indigenous (...)
6 March | Adjuncts and other teachers are underpaid and undervalued. Thats why we will mobilize on March 8
27 February | In New York, CUNY students fight a battle against the administration’s efforts to stifle their voices.
Sebastián Uchida Chávez
5 February | The Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017 was arguably one of the greatest tragedies to befall the British working class this century. Grenfell Tower momentarily stripped capitalism of its disguises, (...)
3 February | Radical leftists in South Africa and beyond have broadly welcomed NUMSA’s 2018 New Year’s resolution to establish a workers’ party in the near future. What is to be (...)
27 January | We remember Howard Zinn on the eighth anniversary of his death.
11 January | The largest metalworkers' union in South Africa has just put out a call to build a revolutionary workers' party in the country, independent of both the ANC and the Communist (...)
8 January | Protesters in Iran express outrage at economic conditions, a testament to a failed domestic agenda of neoliberalism and privatization.