20 May 2017 | It has been a semester of mobilizations and resistance at CUNY. What have students, adjuncts and faculty been up to? Where should we go from here?
Rachel J. Chapman
18 May 2017 | On April 29, police officer Roy Oliver shot and killed 15-year-old Jordan Edwards. Within 2 weeks, the cops who murdered of Alton Sterling and Terence Crutcher were (...)
Juan Cruz Ferre
17 May 2017 | Today marks the release of heroic whistleblower Chelsea Manning from prison.
15 May 2017 | In a major power grab, Trump fired James Comey, the director of the FBI. The Democrats who also criticized Comey and even called for his resignation find themselves in a contradictory position. (...)
Tatiana CozzarelliLeo Zino
14 May 2017 | Thousands of people have become politically active in the past year, galvanized by the Bernie Sanders campaign and now joining organizations on the left, such as the Democratic Socialists of (...)
12 May 2017 | The fictional show "Marx is Back" produced by the of Argentine filmmakers collective, Contraimagen, was shown as part of the Workers Unite Film Festival in New (...)
11 May 2017 | In an alarming move, the NYC Department of Education (DoE) has recently launched an investigation against a public school principal for “communist activities” at her (...)
8 May 2017 | Attempts to separate revolutionary authority from socialism mangle both the aims and history of socialism.
Hart EagleburgerJack Rusk
3 May 2017 | The first 100 days of the Trump administration were marked by attacks to women's rights, attempts to co-opt feminism by Ivanka Trump and a new feminist (...)
3 May 2017 | This Friday at the Workers Unite! Film Festival in New York City, Contraimagen, an Argentina-based audiovisual group that fuses art and revolutionary politics, will present an original (...)
2 May 2017 | Thousands of New Yorkers took the streets for workers rights on May Day. Thousands gathered at rallies and protests at Foley Square, Union Square and Washington Square (...)
2 May 2017 | Thousands marched through the streets of New York on May Day to fight for workers' rights.
25 April 2017 | B&H, a famous New York photo, video and audio store, is trying to close its Brooklyn warehouses. 300 workers could lose their jobs – all because they voted to join a union. But labor activists (...)
25 April 2017 | For 10 minutes, cops pointed guns at 12-14 years old Black boys who lay on the ground, sobbing and begging for their lives.
17 April 2017 | We talked with Charlie Post about Donald Trump and the anti-Trump movement, the unions, the Left, the growth of the DSA, the Russian Revolution and more.
16 April 2017 | Cuomo's Excelsior Plan promises to make college free for the middle class. This is a smokescreen for a backdoor tuition hike.
13 April 2017 | Nancy Fraser, David Harvey, Judith Butler, Cornell West, Etienne Balibar and other students and intellectuals sign a petition calling for a moratorium on May 1. The following pledge is being (...)
9 April 2017 | This week the famous soda brand got involved in a social media scandal after their new advertisement was accused of ridiculing protests and trivializing the fight against police (...)
8 April 2017 | Our special edition on the Russian Revolution is out. Buy it now or Subscribe for a year-long delivery of socialist propaganda to your door.
3 April 2017 | Last week, Melania attended two events that addressed women’s rights and women’s leadership. There is an attempt at branding Melania as a “women’s rights” first lady, despite her husband’s sexism in (...)
28 March 2017 | A case for a workers' insurgency in New York City, and everywhere.
20 March 2017 | After the bigger and more widespread mobilizations around an internationally coordinated call this 8 March, International Women’s Day, than have been seen for many years, Penelope Duggan from (...)
Cinzia ArruzzaPenelope Duggan