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.
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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.
30 December 2017 | The Israeli filmmaker and activist Dror Dayan met Ahed Tamimi when he was documenting protests in her village. The 16-year-old Palestinian girl was arrested last week by Israeli soldiers and has (...)
28 December 2017 | Louis-Auguste Blanqui understood that bourgeois society is incapable of realizing the universalist principles of “liberté, égalité, fraternité” and that their fulfillment requires the establishment of (...)
22 November 2017 | On November 21, Immigration and Customs Enforcement attempted to deport single mother and outspoken social justice activist Siham Byah.
17 November 2017 | US passes new economic sanctions against Cuba.
11 October 2017 | In ‘How to Kill A City’ Peter Moskowitz examines the process of gentrification as it has transformed New Orleans, Detroit, San Francisco, and New York.
22 September 2017 | Today the French President signed executive orders that will profoundly affect the life of millions of workers. Without blinking an eye, Emmanuel Macron is profoundly transforming labor (...)
1 August 2017 | Left Voice presents an interview with Charisse Burden Stelly, professor of Africana studies on Black Radical politics.
14 July 2017 | As the Gaza Strip moves even more rapidly than predicted toward becoming uninhabitable, its two million residents face an escalating humanitarian crisis.
6 July 2017 | Bhaskar Sunkara's recent New York Times piece is a dangerous misremembering of socialist history that tries to make socialism safe for liberals. To avoid repeating the failures of the 20th (...)
5 July 2017 | PepsiCo workers, students, and other sectors of the working class blocked a road in the center of Buenos Aires as part of the fight against the firing 600 PepsiCo (...)
3 July 2017 | In the early twentieth century, the largest socialist organization in Russia was the Jewish Bund, numbering tens of thousands, who were willing to fight, arms in hand, for the liberation of Jews. (...)
2 July 2017 | Reports of severe weather events and the dwindling of endangered species, in the shadow of world politics, have conjured a recent, now popular neologism – the (...)