PhotoEssay: Minneapolis Protesters Take City Hall
"Minnesotans are tough. Even through the bitter, crisp cold air of winter, people will continue to march on until justice is served," writes Netsanet Negussie, a housing rights organizer and participant in the #Justice4Jamar protests since the start of the encampment at the 4th Precinct. Netsanet shares her photos and describes the events unfolding in Minneapolis.
Netsanet NegussieDecember 7, 2015
Cleveland Students March in Solidarity with Nationwide Protest Against Student Debt
Cleveland State University student activists marched in solidarity with the nationwide #MillionStudentMarch to protest the current state of college education in the US. The march's set of demands included an end to student debt, tuition-free college, and a fifteen-dollar wage for campus workers.
Patrick MahoneyNovember 17, 2015
Notes From ‘The Cut’: An American Prison
Lieutenant Scott greeted us at the door with a smile as Sergeant Davis followed closely behind. We were a group of eight nursing students with our instructor, making a sort of “educational visit” to the Jessup Correctional Institute, A.K.A. “The Cut,” which houses the only women’s prison in Maryland.
Chloe LawyerOctober 21, 2015
The Political Significance of the All India Strike and the Revolutionary Movement in India
Published on Sunday, August 30 - 2015 Written by Radical Socialist
Left VoiceSeptember 25, 2015
The “New” European Reformism and the Failure of the Broad Left Party Strategy
The capitulation of the SYRIZA government to the demands of European imperialism has sent shock waves across a wide section of the international Left for some very concrete and understandable reasons.
Rob LyonsAugust 20, 2015
Hundreds of anti-poverty activists march for housing in Toronto
Toronto- Hundreds of anti-poverty activists answered the call of the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) to march for social housing and to protest the estimated $2.2 Billion CAD spent on the Pan American Games.
Rob LyonsJuly 21, 2015
The Toronto Climate Justice March
Toronto- Between 10,000 and 15,000 people marched for climate and social justice in Toronto Saturday, an event which organizers hoped to use to draw attention to the building popular support for radical action on global climate change.
Rob LyonsJuly 7, 2015