COP27: Climate Talks Underway in Egypt amidst Intense Political Repression
Why is the UN holding COP27 in Egypt, where the al-Sissi regime is at the forefront of the repression of political and environmental activists and mostly inactive in the fight against climate change?
Wolfgang MandelbaumNovember 15, 2022
Thousands of Workers and Young People Participate in Socialist-led Assemblies across Argentina
Last weekend, the Party for Socialist Workers (PTS) in Argentina held over 100 democratic and open assemblies in cities and towns across the country to debate the inflationary crisis, government’s the austerity program, and a working-class solution.
Robert BelanoNovember 15, 2022
Judge Upholds Firing of UPS Activist for Union Rally In Major Attack on Workers’ Rights and Free Speech
Late last month, in a major blow to workers’ rights and free speech, a judge at an arbitration panel upheld the discharge of UPS driver Ben Douglass. His crime? Speaking out against management retaliation at a rally outside his facility.
Left VoiceNovember 14, 2022
Midterm Elections in the United States: The Republican Tide That Wasn’t
The Republican “red wave” did not materialize, but last Tuesday’s results will leave two years of divided government in the United States.
Claudia CinattiNovember 14, 2022
DPD Must Not Be Given License to Kill: Justice for Porter Burks and All Mental Health Victims of Police Brutality and Aggression
Detroit Police have killed yet another Detroiter having a mental health crisis. We republish a statement from the BLM group Detroit Will Breathe.
Detroit Will BreatheNovember 14, 2022
Temple Grad Students Vote to Strike, and Temple’s Bosses Are Afraid
Temple University’s exploited graduate students have authorized a strike — so the bosses have ramped up their union busting. A Temple union teacher reflects on the struggle ahead.
Jason KoslowskiNovember 13, 2022
How Workers and Socialists are Responding to a Workplace Death at One of South Korea’s Largest Food Manufacturers
Following a workplace death at SPC group, one of the largest food manufacturers in South Korea, a consumer boycott quickly gained traction. Organized workers and revolutionary socialists are playing a role in this struggle.
Sam CarlinerNovember 12, 2022
#AllThatsLeftPod: Midterms 2022 and Prospects for the Left
In this episode of the podcast, we talk about the 2022 midterm elections, including what the results mean for Democrats, Republicans, and President Biden, and what the tasks are for the Left going forward.
Otto ForsNovember 11, 2022
In Ghana, an Important Movement Is Forming Against the IMF
As cost-of-living protests continue throughout the world, Ghana is becoming the site of one of the more dynamic struggles, due to its staunch opposition to the IMF.
Sam CarlinerNovember 11, 2022
Montefiore Physician Residents in the Bronx Announce Supermajority of Votes to Unionize
Montefiore physician residents reached 70 percent of votes to unionize with the Committee of Interns and Residents (CIR). They denounced a chronically understaffed hospital and working conditions that do not allow them to provide the best medical care. It’s time to listen to the frontline workers and put patient care over profits.
Left VoiceNovember 10, 2022