Unions, Left, and Activist Groups in New York City Organize Coalition and March in Response to the Supreme Court’s Decision to Overturn Abortion Rights
A new coalition of over 30 left groups, rank-and-file workers organizations and unions, and activists including Left Voice, Starbucks workers, teachers, socialist and housing justice organizations, and others have come together to organize a march and rally today in response to the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade and to protest the attacks on abortion rights by the State and the Right.
Left VoiceJune 24, 2022
Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade. Organize, Mobilize and Fight Back.
Join Left Voice and a coalition of unions, left, activist, and reproductive rights organizations for a rally and march in New York City to defend the right to an abortion. Gather at 6:30 pm in Washington Square Park.
Left VoiceJune 24, 2022
Trotskyists in France Are Reconstituting a Fighting Revolutionary Left. There Are Important Lessons for the United States
The Far Left in France, which has grown complacent at best and has crossed the class line at worst, is being resuscitated with revolutionary politics thanks to the efforts of Révolution Permanente — which include launching a new organization. There are lessons for the United States in what has happened in France and in the opportunities to come.
Scott CooperJune 23, 2022
Ecuador’s Indigenous People Are Fighting Neoliberal Austerity in the Streets
The indigenous protests in Ecuador are bringing thousands of people to the streets to protest austerity.
Margarita ValenciaJune 23, 2022
The Unionization Wave Continues: Workers In Maine Have Organized the First Chipotle Store in the Country
Workers at an Augusta, Maine Chipotle have formed an independent union: Chipotle United. This is a clear indication that the unionization wave that started with Starbucks and Amazon is only growing stronger.
James Dennis HoffJune 22, 2022
United Kingdom: Is a Summer of Discontent on the Horizon?
Workers in the UK are bearing the brunt of the government’s response to rising inflation and slow economic growth. But they’re fighting back, with many talking about a “summer of discontent”.
Alejandra RíosJune 22, 2022
You Can’t ‘Green’ the Military (You Have to Fight It)
The armed forces of state violence are "going green", but they're no friends of the environment. We need an internationalist climate movement that's strongly opposed to militaries, police, prisons, and borders.
B.C. DaurelleJune 22, 2022
U.K. Railway Workers Begin Largest Strike in 30 Years
Amid high inflation, tens of thousands of railway and subway workers across the United Kingdom have declared at least three days of work stoppages to demand wage increases and other protections. Transport across much of the region has ground to a halt.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaJune 21, 2022
AMLO’s Dilemma and the Limits of the Pink Tide
It is essential to establish a clear definition of class character to understand AMLO’s government, taking into consideration the particular characteristics of its “progressivism” in its relationship with the mass movement and capital. Otherwise, one could lose one’s way in implementing socialist and revolutionary politics that genuinely express the historical interest of the oppressed and exploited.
Pablo OprinariJune 21, 2022