New York City Says No to Zionism and Occupation
Outraged by Israel's gruesome and unrelenting attacks on Gaza, thousands of New Yorkers are marching across the Brooklyn Bridge in solidarity with Palestine.
Left VoiceOctober 28, 2023
Let This Be an End to the Lie that Anti-Zionism is Antisemitism
Anti-Zionist Jews in the U.S. held a historic action, while Israel launched one of its worst rounds of bombing in their name. The largest act of civil disobedience in NYC in two decades should moralize us all to keep fighting against the war on Gaza and clarify once and for all that fighting Zionism is not antisemitic.
Samuel KarlinOctober 28, 2023
NYPD Brutally Attacks Peaceful Pro-Palestine Protest in Brooklyn
NYPD arrested at least a dozen protesters in Brooklyn Saturday night at a peaceful march against Israel’s brutal attacks in Palestine.
Tatiana CozzarelliOctober 21, 2023
The Housing Crisis and Migrant Crisis Are Crises of Capitalism
As thousands of people come to the U.S. seeking shelter, politicians around the country are claiming that housing in the U.S. is already in crisis and that there is no room for them. Both the “migrant crisis” and “housing crisis” are crises created and exacerbated by capitalism.
Mike PappasSeptember 20, 2023
UFT Contract Would Expand Virtual Learning and Open the Door to School Privatization
A pilot virtual learning program is part of New York City’s new tentative contract agreement with the city’s teachers union. It’s not the win it’s cracked up to be.
Jai GellerJune 23, 2023
New York City Teachers: Vote No and Fight for More
The leadership of the United Federation of Teachers is pushing for quick approval of a tentative agreement. A member of MORE-UFT calls for a NO vote and explains how to get strike-ready and fight for more.
Keegan O'BrienJune 21, 2023
Rekindling the Militant Spirit of CUNY’s Past
Mayor Eric Adams has announced an austerity budget that includes significant cuts to the City University of New York among other city agencies. In order to defeat these cuts, students, faculty, and other workers across the city must unite our struggles and be prepared to shut the university down.
James Dennis HoffMay 22, 2023
Police Violently Repress Protesters while Jordan Neely’s Murderer Walks Free
On Monday, NYPD officers brutalized people gathered at a vigil for Jordan Neely, who was murdered last week in the subway by a vigilante.
Molly RosenzweigMay 11, 2023
New York Nurses’ Strike Shows the Way Forward for Labor
Over 7,000 nurses struck at New York hospitals for three days, winning important partial gains. Despite attempts to avert the strike by the hospital bosses, Democratic Party politicians, and elements within the leadership of the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA), the bargaining committees of two major hospitals held strong.
Thaddeus GreeneFebruary 2, 2023