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Black August in LA: Month of Meaning and Resistance
Organizations across the country are holding events throughout the month to commemorate Black August. For Black revolutionaries and communities, the month of August is emblazoned with the struggles, sacrifices, and resistance of Black people in the United States.
Julia WallaceAugust 12, 2016
VIDEO: Panel, “Shut It Down: Black Struggle, Class Struggle”
At the Left Forum this year, Left Voice organized three panels that raised key strategic questions for the left. This is the video of the panel, “Shut it down: Black struggle, class struggle.”
Left VoiceJune 8, 2016
Left Voice at the Left Forum in New York
The traditional meeting of the US left took place and we couldn’t resist the invitation. There, Left Voice presented its first printed edition "A New Generation Rises Up" and hosted three panels with sharp political discussion and comradely exchange.
Left VoiceMay 26, 2016
L.A. Activism Commemorates 45th Anniversary of Chicano Moratorium
On August 29, 2015, marches took place in three different cities in Los Angeles County to mark the 45th Anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium.
Julia WallaceSeptember 4, 2015
Unions in the Biden Era
The Capitol riot showed the threat of an emboldened Far Right. At the same time, however, it allowed Joe Biden’s new government to present itself as a “defender of democracy.” It is urgent for the working class to fight not only against the Right, but also against Biden’s neoliberal and racist policies, and unions will be a key part of that struggle.
Jason KoslowskiFebruary 12, 2021
Cop Union Backs Pepper Spraying Child in Rochester, NY
A 9-year-old Black girl was pepper sprayed by cops in Rochester, New York. Just another day’s work for the racist, brutal force that serves capitalism’s interests across the country.
M.K. KumarFebruary 2, 2021