The U.S. Interventions in Latin America
U.S. interventionism in Latin America is long-standing. The resistance against it too.
Luigi MorrisDecember 31, 2018
A Few Words on Marxism and Identity Politics
The year 2016 will be remembered as the year that identity politics, as it is commonly understood, began the long descent into irrelevancy. The first Black President that saw conditions grow worse for Black Americans and Clinton's corporate identity politics saw electoral defeat. We must build a Marxist identity politics, which recognizes the special oppression that comes with race and the consequent importance of fighting racism head-on.
Albert L. Terry IIIJanuary 8, 2017
Teaching after Trump Victory: Immigrant Students Told, “You Better Run”
A teacher shares her experience in the classroom the day after Trump was elected. All K-12 and university teachers are invited to share their experiences with Left Voice in a paragraph or more. Email [email protected]
Abby NathansonNovember 16, 2016
From Apocalypse to Common Ground: The Democratic Party’s Perspective on Trump
Without a doubt, Trump’s election is a blow to the working class and oppressed. Yet, many leaders of the Democratic party are hopeful that they may find “common ground” with Trump. What conclusions can we come to about the Democratic party in light of the election?
Tatiana CozzarelliNovember 15, 2016
Trump’s Triumph and the World that Lies Ahead
The unthinkable is no longer so when it becomes a reality. Against all predictions Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States. He is now the man who will hold the most important and powerful position in the world.
Claudia CinattiNovember 10, 2016
My House, My Vote
Oprah Winfrey recently said that people should vote for Clinton even if they don’t like her. After all, “she’s not coming over to your house.” But, Clinton’s policies are in the houses of Black families and that is why so many of us are not voting for her.
Kashema HutchinsonNovember 8, 2016