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Our Revolutionary Movement in the Twilight of Empire

The uncontested hegemony of U.S. imperialism on the world stage is slowly faltering. The United States needs a coherent revolutionary organization today — united around common answers to the most fundamental questions of the period.

Coco Smyth

November 27, 2021

Algorithms of Exploitation: Class Struggle in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence, the pride of the modern tech industry, is built on the misery of the people that make it possible in the first place.

Ryan Stanton

November 11, 2021

1,000 West Virginia Hospital Workers Are Going on Strike Today

Hospital workers in West Virginia are set to join the more than 20,000 U.S. workers currently on strike.

Mike Elk

November 3, 2021

John Deere Strike Continues as Workers Vote on New Contract Proposal

The ten thousand workers who produce John Deere’s agricultural and construction machines at a dozen factories in Iowa and northwest Illinois have been on strike since October 14. On Tuesday November 2, they will vote “Yes” or “No” to a new contract offer from the company.

Daniel Werst

November 2, 2021

Gorillas Delivery Workers Go On Strike

Gig workers at Berlin’s food delivery service Gorillas have once again gone on strike, marking the third wave of mobilizations in the last year. While the workers are more experienced and better organized than ever, they face increasing pressure from management to give up on their demands.

Lily Cichanowicz

November 2, 2021

The Climate Conference in Glasgow Is Just “COP-out 26”

The climate crisis demands urgent changes to the world economy. This would require bringing the fossil fuel companies into public ownership and rapidly expanding renewable energy. Yet none of this is on the agenda at COP26.

Michael Roberts

November 1, 2021

“A Fifty-Year Project of Theft”: Detroit Stands Up to the World Economic Forum

Detroit-based coalition People Against Corporate Theft will hold a public speak-out on October 25 against the World Economic Forum’s plans to set up a “Global Center for Urban Transformation” in the city. Here, we republish their statement.

Lloyd Simpson

October 19, 2021

Dayton Cops Assaulted a Paraplegic Black Driver — The Cop Union Is Defending Them

Police demanded that Clifford Owensby submit to a canine search of his car because he had an arrest record. When he said he could not get out because his legs are paralyzed, they dragged him out and pushed him onto the pavement.

Daniel Werst

October 13, 2021

“They Have the Money. We Have the Truth and the Numbers”: Hundreds March for Abortion Rights in Detroit

Last weekend, 400 people in Detroit, Michigan protested the recent anti-abortion legislation passed in Texas. To defend abortion rights, we can’t rely on Democrats — we need to march in the streets with the power of the working class, unions, and oppressed.

Jessica Prozinski

October 8, 2021