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
19 September | Thursday's Democratic Party primary ended with big wins for the establishment. However, democratic socialist Julia Salazar also won her state senate race. What does this mean for (...)
17 September | With the eruption of strike action by Chicago hotel workers, hotel worker William Lewis argues that the unions have the power to organize the unorganized, spread the strike nationally — and (...)
15 September | Socialist Action (SA) Senatorial candidate, Fred Linck, faces the threat of bureaucratic exclusion from the upcoming November election.
5 September | This past month, representatives of the U.S. and Mexican governments held bilateral talks to reach a new trade agreement which would replace NAFTA. Does this mean the end of (...)
5 September | Colin Kaepernick's Nike ad campaign has launched a racist boycott, with bigots burning Nike products- equating the brand with a movement against police violence and for Black Lives. But is Nike (...)
31 August | The tragic murder of Mollie Tibbetts is being used by Trump to bolster his xenophobic policies. It is essential to have an anti-racist perspective to combat violence against women, which is an (...)
28 August | Under the guise of rehabilitation and training programs, the state of California coerces inmates into risking their lives for a meager compensation.
27 August | John McCain was a racist war criminal. We won't miss him.
23 August | Kshama Sawant, a socialist on the Seattle city council, has just voted to confirm the new police chief. This is a serious mistake, as the police are defenders of capitalism. Socialists should aim (...)
23 August | Oklahoma teachers should stand up to transphobic hate in schools.
21 August | National Prison Strike starts August 21st and lasts until September 9th. Strikes and solidarity actions will take place in at least 17 states. Fight for Prison Workers’ Rights, Free All Political (...)
17 August | There are now more charities and nonprofit organizations than ever before, with bigger budgets and more sophisticated fundraising methods. But charities have failed to meaningfully combat (...)
15 August | The Los Angeles Rams will soon have a new $4 billion football stadium, which will host the Super Bowl in 2020 and the Olympic Games in 2028. Parts of the stadium are being built some 1,240 miles (...)
12 August | One year after the right-wing attacks at Charlottesville, it's up to us to fight both the white supremacists, as well as the capitalist state in the streets.
8 August | What can we learn from the fight for the right to an abortion as socialist feminists?
Madeleine FreemanCharlotte Richardson-Deppe
7 August | Things have moved quickly since June, when Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez won a primary election in New York, becoming the Democratic Party’s candidate for a seat in the U.S. House of (...)
Juan Cruz Ferre
7 August | The Unite the Right was going to get private subway cars. Thanks to subway workers, they won't.
30 July | The movement to abolish ICE has sparked a conversation among socialists about borders and their relation to capitalism.
29 July | On Sunday, the New York City DSA's leadership voted to endorse Cynthia Nixon.
28 July | Members of DSA-NYC are currently voting on whether to endorse Cynthia Nixon in the Democratic Party primary for the governor of New York. Members of the North Brooklyn branch of DSA have made a (...)
Tatiana CozzarelliWladek Flakin
25 July | The murder of Black barber Harith Augustus sparks a conversation on the Chicago police, economic violence and the Black resistance movement.
19 July | Last week, almost 2,000 nurses went on a two day strike in Burlington, Vermont. Left Voice interviews nurse and International Socialist Organization member Tristin Adie about the (...)