New York City Teachers: Vote No and Fight for More
The leadership of the United Federation of Teachers is pushing for quick approval of a tentative agreement. A member of MORE-UFT calls for a NO vote and explains how to get strike-ready and fight for more.
Keegan O'BrienJune 21, 2023
Campus Cops Intimidate Grad Workers in Ann Arbor, Michigan
We publish here a statement by the Graduate Employees' Organization detailing and condemning the repressive tactics of the University of Michigan administration in response to the strength and resilience of striking grad workers.
Left VoiceJune 1, 2023
First Republic Bank: The Case for Public Ownership
The collapse of First Republic Bank is the latest chapter in the rolling banking crisis in the US. It demonstrates the case for public ownership of the banking system.
Michael RobertsMay 3, 2023
Norway: Thousands of Youth Demonstrated against “Green Colonialism”
From the end of February to the beginning of March, over a thousand youth protested against the construction of wind turbines on Sami land. This movement represents the birth of a militant, Indigenous-led environmentalist movement.
Matthew WaltersMay 1, 2023
Striking Workers at the University of Michigan Are Building Powerful Solidarity
University of Michigan graduate students have been on strike for one month. While these workers have faced harsh conditions, the broad connections and class-consciousness they are developing are worth celebrating.
Ryan McCartyApril 29, 2023
Police Story on Forest Defender Tortuguita’s Death Was a Lie
A recent autopsy reveals that Georgia cops brutally murdered land defender Tortuguita. It shows that the police’s purpose is to protect private property, and repress workers who protest capitalism and the structures that uphold it — violently if necessary.
M. CarlstadApril 29, 2023
Washington Exposed: Pentagon Leaks Unveil Damning New Information about the Ukraine War
Leaked documents have shed new light on the massive U.S. and NATO involvement in the Ukraine war. They also expose some top-secret information about U.S. and Russian secret service activities in countries around the world. Socialists can use this new information to better analyze trends in the international capitalist system.
Lennart BeekenApril 25, 2023
University of Michigan Graduate Student Strike Continues in the Face of Increasing Retaliation
After losing a court injunction hearing, the University of Michigan administrators have given up any pretense of continuing negotiations with its own graduate student workers. Instead, the university has turned to attempts at intimidation to try to break the strike.
Ryan McCartyApril 24, 2023