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Cops Out of Our Unions: A Special Edition with Alex Vitale, Julia Wallace, and Jay Willis
Interviews with Alex Vitale, professor of sociology at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and London Southbank University, author of several books, including The End of the Police. Julia Wallace, Black movement activist in Los Angeles, California and editor of Left Voice. Jay Willis, attorney and editor of The Appeal, an organization specializing in social investigative journalism
Left VoiceNovember 2, 2020
NO COPS IN OUR UNIONS – Julia Wallace SPEAKS!
NO COPS IN OUR UNIONS – Julia Wallace SPEAKS! – YouTube
Julia WallaceJuly 11, 2016
55,000 SEIU Members May Strike in Los Angeles. This Is Why I Am Voting Yes.
SEIU Local 721 represents 95,000 members, roughly 55,000 of which — including social service workers, nurses, mental health care workers, clerks, librarians, custodians and more — work for the LA County. After a protest of thousands — the largest in the local’s history — the members are voting through May 5. Left Voice reporter Julia Wallace shares why it is so important for her SEIU union siblings to vote yes on this strike.
Julia WallaceApril 28, 2022
Do Police Belong in Labor? A Panel Discussion
Join a discussion on Friday about the police and labor. Left Voice member Julia Wallace will speak about the need to get cops out of our unions.
Left VoiceApril 5, 2022
Black Struggle and Revolutionary Socialism
The fight for Black liberation is, and always has been, part and parcel of the struggle against capitalism. Here we present Left Voice militant and editorial board member Julia Wallace’s speech on Black struggle that was delivered at the recent Latin American and United States Conference, called by the organizations of the Left Front in Argentina.
Julia WallaceAugust 7, 2020
Solidarity to the Defiant! A Thank You to the Argentine Abortion Rights Movement
Julia Wallace from Los Angeles reflects on the historic accomplishment of the Argentine women's movement, which is now a step closer to legalizing abortion.
Julia WallaceJune 15, 2018
Eric Adams Prescribes More Cops and Prisons for New York’s Poor and Oppressed
Mayor Eric Adams's directive to involuntarily detain the unhoused is about hiding the uncomfortable effects of capitalism.
Mike PappasDecember 14, 2022
Black Liberation and Revolutionary Strategy: A Meeting for Black Socialists
Sign up for a meeting by and for Black socialists.
Left VoiceFebruary 15, 2022
“We’re Not All Here”: Why We Must Fight To Free Political Prisoners in 2022
As we enter 2022, many activists from BLM and other movements face years in prison. We must build a movement to demand their freedom, both to protect those specific people and to defend against state attacks on our movements in general.
Ezra BrainJanuary 2, 2022
International Statement of Support for the Workers Left Front – Unity (FIT–U) in Argentina
Hundreds of authors, activists, union leaders and social and political organizations from all over the world signed this declaration in support of the Left and Workers' Front - Unity (FITU) in the run-up to the legislative elections on Sunday, November 14.
Frente de Izquierda UnidadNovember 12, 2021