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Abortion Rights in Argentina: A Grassroots Fight in the Streets
The vote in Argentina’s national congress tonight will decide the question of the legality of abortion in the country. Due to significant public pressure from mass mobilizations in the streets, the politicians may find their hands are forced and vote to make abortion legal. This movement provides an important model for the international left.
Katherine DembyAugust 8, 2018
Argentine Socialists Fight for Abortion Rights in Congress and in the Streets
Left Voice interviews three socialists fighting for abortion rights in Argentina: a member of the National Congress, a member of Buenos Aires' city council and the founder of Argentina's largest socialist feminist group, Pan y Rosas.
Andrea D'AtriJuly 4, 2018
Highlights from International Women’s Strike Around the World
On March 8, women organized the second International Women’s Strike in more than 150 countries. In the Spanish State alone, five million people mobilized. In Argentina, this year’s march marked one of the largest in a year of mobilizations. One of the slogans at the march was: “If our lives are worthless, try to produce […]
Left VoiceMarch 12, 2018
Massive Assembly for International Women’s Strike Held in Buenos Aires
The first of several meetings to prepare for International Women's Day mobilizations in Argentina was held in Buenos Aires. It is one of many meetings held around the world to organize the International Women’s Strike.
Guadalupe OliverioFebruary 7, 2018
Fight the Boss, Fight Sexism: An International Socialist Example
With so many powerful and wealthy politicians and celebrities being exposed as sexual predators, there is a growing movement of people coming forward about sexual assault and harassment. But how can we win? We, the working class and oppressed, must take an active role in this struggle.
Julia WallaceNovember 25, 2017
Women Workers vs Intersectional Exploitation
PepsiCo is a multinational corporation with a woman CEO, awarded for multiculturalism in her company. The women in a PepsiCo factory in Argentina are facing off against PepsiCo, demonstrating that individual corporate empowerment means nothing for the exploited.
Tatiana CozzarelliAugust 16, 2017
30,000 Protest PepsiCo Factory Closure, Police Repression
ARGENTINA: Tens of thousands take the streets in solidarity with PepsiCo workers in Argentina
Left VoiceJuly 19, 2017
Workers Beat Back Goliath, Defend Factory Occupation
Last night, PepsiCo workers defended the factory occupation and at least for the night, kept the police away. How did they do it?
Tatiana CozzarelliJuly 12, 2017