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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 Cozzarelli

August 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 Voice

July 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 Cozzarelli

July 12, 2017

CUNY, Where Do We Go From Here?

It has been a semester of mobilizations and resistance at CUNY. What have students, adjuncts and faculty been up to? Where should we go from here?

Rachel J. Chapman

May 20, 2017

New York City Prepares for the Women’s Strike

Calls for the International Women’s Strike have reached New York City, as people prepare for a day of mobilizations and actions on March 8.

Left Voice

February 27, 2017

Our Flag is a Workers’ Government and an End to Capitalism

The following was the closing speech of former Presidential candidate for the Left and Workers Front, Nicolás del Caño in a stadium filled with 20,000 people for a rally called by the Left and Workers Front.

Nicolás del Caño

November 29, 2016

Argentina Rises Against Gender Violence

Hundreds of thousands mobilize in Argentina against femicide and violence against women.

“For socialism! For internationalism! For bread and for roses!”

On October 10-12, the 30th annual National Women's Meeting (Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres) took place in the coastal city of Mar del Plata, Argentina. There, the Left and the Workers’ Front (FIT) joined Pan y Rosas, a national women's organization organized by the PTS with sister organizations in Uruguay, Mexico, Brazil and Spain.

Left Voice

October 27, 2015

Bloody Wednesday in Myanmar: At Least 38 Killed in Anti-Coup Protests

Mobilizations against the military coup in Myanmar continue to be strong despite increasing repression. Last Sunday, the armed forces killed 18 people. Today became the bloodiest day so far, with at least 38 demonstrators killed.

Trabajadores del Mercado Hunts Point consiguen un aumento salarial tras la huelga

El sindicato que representa a 1.400 trabajadores alcanzó un acuerdo por un aumento total de 1,85 dólares al cabo de tres años. Estos logros muestran la fuerza de nuestra clase cuando los trabajadores toman el valor de ir a la huelga. Click here to read this article in English. Tras una semana de huelga, los […]

A Rokeya

February 9, 2021