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‘I’m Not Waiting Until After The November Midterms For My Rights’ Speech By A Feminist Activist In Detroit

As protests against the leak of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe V. Wade take place around the country, Detroit-based activist Rebecca Paris made the following speech at a rally. We re-print her speech here.

Rebecca Paris

May 7, 2022

The Radical Legacy of Caroline Pratt: Socialist, Feminist, Trade Unionist, Educator

Workers at City and Country School in New York City have won their vote to unionize. This effort could help them return to the school's radical, progressive roots.

Sam Miller

April 28, 2022

While Storming Al-Aqsa, Israel Upholds Law Banning Palestinian Citizenship by Marriage

This year, hundreds of Palestinians have been injured in Jerusalem and dozens killed. This is not about “tensions.” This is about Zionist apartheid enforced by brutality against Palestinians.

Daniel Werst

April 26, 2022

Retaliation Can’t Stop Growing Starbucks Union

Starbucks is responding to the wave of organizing by union-busting and firing union supporters. But the company's retaliation can't stop this wave.

Jonah Furman

April 23, 2022

‘Add Personal Story Here’: Starbucks Anti-Union One-on-Ones Fall Flat

A Starbucks Workers United member and shift supervisor describes how baristas are refusing to fall for the company's union-busting tactics.

Sara Mughal

April 22, 2022

Lebanon: a Country in Permanent Crisis

In recent years, Lebanon has been a hotbed for popular uprisings. The cause? A country that is shaped by capitalist crises and world imperialism.

Elia El Khazen

April 20, 2022

‘They’re Playing Really Dirty’: Amazon Lashes Back in Staten Island Warehouses

The unionization of the Staten Island warehouse shook Amazon. Now, the company is lashing back at other warehouses and ramping up its union-busting efforts.

Luis Feliz Leon

April 16, 2022

Why Was a Ukrainian Filmmaker Censured for ‘Denying the Russians’ Collective Responsibility?’

The Ukrainian Film Academy has expelled a director for saying he does not consider all Russian people enemies. Right-wing nationalism is not the solution to the invasion.

Daniel Werst

April 8, 2022

The Unbelievable Struggles of Queer Organizers Trying to Unionize an Ohio Starbucks

From rampant misgendering and denial of promised trans healthcare to hostile store management and callused corporate rebuffs, queer union organizers at one Cleveland Starbucks have their work cut out for them.

Mandy Shunnarah

April 7, 2022