Tatiana is a former middle school teacher and current Urban Education PhD student at CUNY.
29 June | A central question for those awakening to political life today is this: What is Marxism, and what does it mean for our political analysis and practice? To begin to answer this question, we must (...)
18 June | Roxana Hernandez is a trans woman who died in ICE custody in late May. This Pride, I fight for her and all LGBT immigrants.
12 June | On Wednesday, Argentina is set to vote on the legalization of abortion amidst massive mobilizations and high school occupations.
Gloria GrinbergTatiana Cozzarelli
8 June | The women at the Hilton Hotel speak about their experiences in the fight to unionize the hotel.
8 June | Hablamos con mujeres sobre su lucha por la sindicalización en el Hilton Hotel.
7 April | After spending Spring Break in Oklahoma, I wrote this open letter to the teachers putting up a fight for quality education in Oklahoma.
4 April | After rejecting a deal that included a $6,100 pay increase, teachers continue on strike for more funding for public education, better working conditions and higher (...)
19 March | Who is responsible for Marielle Franco's assassination?
15 March | Thousands of youth walked out to support gun control legislation. While I applaud their courage and mobilization, I can't support gun control.
7 March | To build a movement that addresses the deep, structural forms of oppression faced by women, it is essential to build a feminism that is anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist, and on the side of all (...)
15 February | How is love limited by the material and ideological conditions of capitalism?
13 February | Throughout history, love has been at the service of the ruling class. What would love be like in socialism?
1 February | On Sunday, the International Women’s Strike New York held a kickoff panel calling for an anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist feminism.
22 January | This weekend hundreds of thousands mobilized against Trump. But is the slogan power to the polls the solution?
14 January | The Bread and Roses strike began in the city of Lawrence in 1912. How did they organize and what lessons can we take from the strike today?
20 December 2017 | The Argentine people heroically took the streets and faced off against the police in protests against the right wing pension reform bill that drastically cuts pensions for the elderly. The (...)
14 December 2017 | The Republicans face a stunning defeat in Alabama thanks to #MeToo and Black voters.
Tatiana CozzarelliLuigi Morris
7 December 2017 | The Taylor Law is perhaps best known for its no-strike clause. But what exactly is the Taylor Law? How does it work? This second article in a three-part series describes and explains the law (...)
Tatiana CozzarelliFrancesca Gomes
2 December 2017 | The Trump tax plan is an unprecedented attack on working class people. We must organize against the tax cuts for billionaires using working class tactics.
10 November 2017 | Progressive candidates and even socialist candidates did well in Tuesday's election. How can we use this to build a mass anti-capitalist movement?
24 October 2017 | The Taylor Law bars public sector workers from going on strike. From a Marxist perspective, what do strikes mean? And how did this draconian law come about to begin with? This is the first of two (...)
6 October 2017 | Sanders gave his most progressive foreign policy yet, but it still falls short of providing a real left alternative to the US imperialist agenda.
Robert BelanoTatiana Cozzarelli
30 September 2017 | 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 (...)