1 October 2017 | In an interview with Left Voice, Francisco J. Fortuño Bernier describes on-the-ground organizing and conditions in Puerto Rico, considering the political implications of disaster capitalism’s (...)
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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 (...)
28 September 2017 | The millennial generation has a bad rap: selfish, self centered and always online. The Mexican earthquake of 2017 dispels all of these myths and is forging a new definition of (...)
22 September 2017 | This week, a Brazilian federal court issued an injunction allowing psychologists to provide gay and lesbian conversion therapy.
21 September 2017 | After a massive earthquake hits Mexico City, a massive relief effort is organized by everyday people.
18 September 2017 | Left Voice interviewed Claudio Escobar whose family lives in Ixtaltepec, Oaxaca, one of the cities hit the hardest by the recent earthquake in Mexico. Claudio is currently visiting his family and (...)
15 September 2017 | A member of the Left Voice delegation to Argentina writes about her experience learning from the socialist women's group, Pan y Rosas.
12 September 2017 | An American Left Voice writer learns from the PTS, a Trotskyist Party in Argentina. These are his reflections on internationalism, party building, the union bureaucracy and the fight against (...)
9 September 2017 | After the August 22 rally called by the Argentinian General Confederation of Labor (CGT), Left Voice sat down with Camilo Mones, a member of the shop steward committee at the Pepsi factory in (...)
8 September 2017 | An urgent action has been called by Section 22 of the Coordinadora Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación (CNTE) to organize relief brigades for the regions devastated by last night’s (...)
2 September 2017 | September 1 marks one month since the last time he was seen. Santiago Maldonado, a 28-year-old artisan, was protesting on August 1 in solidarity with the struggle of the Mapuche people from the (...)
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17 August 2017 | The results of the first round in Argentina’s midterm elections point to a growing polarization in the country. The right-wing coalition of president Mauricio Macri consolidated its position, (...)
17 August 2017 | On Sunday night, the Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores (Left and Workers’ Front, FIT) achieved impressive results in the first round of country’s midterm (...)
16 August 2017 | PepsiCo is a multinational corporation with a woman CEO, awarded for multiculturalism in her company. The women in a PepsiCo factory in Argentina are facing off against PepsiCo, demonstrating (...)
5 August 2017 | Between the farce of Maduro's constituent assembly and the shallow cries for freedom and democracy by the right opposition–no respite for the Venezuelan (...)
22 July 2017 | 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 (...)
20 July 2017 | 10 pictures from the massive march for PepsiCo workers.
19 July 2017 | The celebrated British film-maker Ken Loach has tweeted his support for the struggle of the PepsiCo workers in Buenos Aires to defend their jobs and keep the factory (...)
19 July 2017 | ARGENTINA: Tens of thousands take the streets in solidarity with PepsiCo workers in Argentina
16 July 2017 | Just two hours after the repression on July 13, a Labor Court of Appeals ruled that PepsiCo had violated the Law and ordered the reinstatement of all (...)
14 July 2017 | PepsiCo struggle gains major national and international attention.
14 July 2017 | A leader of the Partido de Trabajadores Socialistas (PTS) talks about the theoretical and strategic basis for the actions of the PTS in the struggle for worker control at (...)
13 July 2017 | This morning, PepsiCo workers were brutally repressed by the police who evicted them from an occupation in defense of their jobs.