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Sarah Crowe

A Cartoon History of May Day

May Day, or International Workers Day, is celebrated every year around the world to honor the struggles of the generations of workers who fought against capitalist exploitation. Here we take a look at the one that started it all — the Haymarket uprising in Chicago, 1886.

The photograph depicts an empty school classroom.

School Openings Leave Teachers “Literally Like Cannon Fodder”: Interview with a Tennessee Teacher

In a phone interview conducted on January 14, Left Voice caught up with Tennessee public high school teacher DJK Freeman about the continued negligence of school administrations during the Covid-19 pandemic.