Category: Guest Posts

From Black Wall Street to Black Capitalism

It was the super-exploitation of poor Black labor that facilitated both the function of Tulsa as a whole and the Black Wall Street District. Neither could have existed without the presence of poor Black people. Yet, their presence is rarely acknowledged in the revisionist plot.

The Productivity Crisis

In his latest piece, Michael Roberts takes a look at the crisis in productivity and the failures of Keynesian economics over nearly a hundred years.

UTLA Chapter Chairs Pass Resolution Calling for End of US Aid to Israel

On Wednesday, members of the United Teachers Los Angeles, an affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers and the second largest teacher’s union in the country, voted overwhelmingly in support of a statement calling on the United States to end funding to Israel.

The Struggle Continues in Colombia

Colombia’s wave of protests continues unabated. This is a first hand account from a comrade living in Colombia.

François Matheron (1955–2021) 

On April 3rd, the French Marxist philosopher François Matheron passed away from complications related to Covid-19. Here we publish an obituary by regular Left Voice contributor, Warren Montag, celebrating Matheron’s life and his contributions to Marxist thought.

From Black Wall Street to Black Capitalism

It was the super-exploitation of poor Black labor that facilitated both the function of Tulsa as a whole and the Black Wall Street District. Neither could have existed without the presence of poor Black people. Yet, their presence is rarely acknowledged in the revisionist plot.

The Productivity Crisis

In his latest piece, Michael Roberts takes a look at the crisis in productivity and the failures of Keynesian economics over nearly a hundred years.

UTLA Chapter Chairs Pass Resolution Calling for End of US Aid to Israel

On Wednesday, members of the United Teachers Los Angeles, an affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers and the second largest teacher’s union in the country, voted overwhelmingly in support of a statement calling on the United States to end funding to Israel.

The Struggle Continues in Colombia

Colombia’s wave of protests continues unabated. This is a first hand account from a comrade living in Colombia.

François Matheron (1955–2021) 

On April 3rd, the French Marxist philosopher François Matheron passed away from complications related to Covid-19. Here we publish an obituary by regular Left Voice contributor, Warren Montag, celebrating Matheron’s life and his contributions to Marxist thought.