Trotsky Day in Berlin: workshops and a panel discussion on the 75th anniversary of the death of Leon Trotsky
"Trotsky Day", a public event on October 17 in Berlin, will bring together fighters from the workers' and youth movements, activists from different political tendencies and historians and academics. We reproduce the invitation from the Revolutionary Internationalist Organization (RIO), German section of the FT-CI.
Nathaniel FlakinSeptember 17, 2015
‘We want a hard left that denounces the political caste and fights with workers’
PHOTO: Enfoque Rojo This article was previously published on LINKS International Journal of Socialist Renewal Green Left Weekly’s Federico Fuentes interviewed Del Cano about the situation in Argentina today and the upcoming October presidential elections. Initiated just over four years ago, the Left and Workers Front (FIT) in Argentina has become a key reference point […]
Federico FuentesSeptember 17, 2015
Socialism and LGBT Liberation
The Left Voice presents an interview with Sherry Wolf, an activist, public speaker, and writer from Brooklyn, NY. She is an associate editor for the International Socialist Review and author of Sexuality and Socialism: History, Politics and Theory of LGBT Liberation.
Tatiana CozzarelliSeptember 7, 2015
Who’s Who in the Greek Left
We present our readers a map of the main tendencies of the Greek Left, including SYRIZA and its internal tendencies, Popular Unity, the KKE, ANTARSYA and others.
Alejandra RíosSeptember 4, 2015
Two Different Paths: Syriza and Podemos or the FIT?
Last Sunday’s primary elections in Argentina closed with great celebrations. Running under a revolutionary working-class program, the Left and Workers’ Front (FIT) presented two separate slates for the first time since its formation in 2011. The FIT’s election results offer important considerations for the international left.
Jimena VergaraAugust 14, 2015
Primary Elections: PTS Slate Leads the Left Front (FIT)
On Sunday, August 9, the national “open primaries” in Argentina came to a close. The Left and Workers’ Front (FIT) gained over 725 thousand votes, 3.3% of the national total. Slate 1A emerged as the leading slate within the FIT.
Juan CAugust 13, 2015
“Labor Needs to Get its Own House in Order Around Race”
In this interview, economist and labor educator Michael Yates* talks about the crisis of the labor movement, its relationship with the anti-racist movement, FightFor15 and much more.
Michael D YatesAugust 12, 2015
The Left and the Working Class: is it possible to reconstruct the strategic dialogue?
The organizing taking place among precarious sectors of the U.S. working class is generating accommodations on the part of a discredited union bureaucracy. For the first time in decades, left groups are part of the debate.
Celeste MurilloAugust 11, 2015
What can we learn from the electoral alliance of Argentina’s revolutionary left?
Where does the success of the FIT come from and what will be debated in the upcoming primary elections?
Matías MaielloJuly 18, 2015
Left Voice: A New Initiative for the Izquerda Diario Network
Almost a year after the creation of La Izquierda Diario and its international network of news websites, we are launching an English-language website, Left Voice.
Left VoiceJuly 17, 2015