The Tide Is Turning: New Yorkers Are Speaking Out for Palestinian Liberation
The cit's anti-Zionist movement is speaking out for Palestinian liberation. Attitudes in the city's Jewish community are shifting rapidly.
Ana OrozcoFebruary 23, 2024
NYC School Walkouts Show How Students Are Leading the Movement for Palestine
Students led hundreds of school walkouts in NYC converging into a rally in Bryant Park which was attended by thousands of pro-Palestine activists. These walkouts show the importance of young activists leading an anti-imperialist movement and the need for workers to join in solidarity.
Samuel KarlinNovember 9, 2023
New York Dedicates $75 Million to Police, Expanding Surveillance of University Protesters
Governor Hochul’s announcement of expanded police funding for surveillance is aligned with similar new initiatives from the Biden administration and university leaders.
Tatiana CozzarelliNovember 3, 2023
Hours-Long Lines in the Cold and Rain: Covid Test Hell in New York City
Covid cases are surging in NYC as the Omicron strain spreads across the world. Those hoping to get tested are facing an hellish experience, waiting in freezing weather and in some cases being turned away for a lack of available tests.
Molly RosenzweigDecember 20, 2021
There’s Nothing Natural about the Disasters We’re Seeing
The U.S. was once again rocked with devastating climate disasters this week. The capitalists, state, and media want us to believe that this is natural, when, in reality, it is anything but.
Sybil DavisSeptember 5, 2021
After Four Months on the Picket Line, Striking Oil Workers Are Still Going Strong
While United Metro Energy Corp. workers were picketing in front of the company gates, the union representatives undercut the strike by allowing trucks to continue to come and go.
Ioan GeorgAugust 11, 2021
Brooklyn Residents Attempt to Reclaim 1083 Broadway
An affinity group of local residents has chosen to access the ground-floor commercial space of a building in the Broadaway/Myrtle corridor in Brooklyn, New York.
Broadway/Myrtle Corridor ResidentsJuly 22, 2021
The NYC Hometown Heroes Parade Does Not Represent Essential Workers
The parade ignores the fact that many of the essential workers lauded as “heroes” with this parade worked throughout the pandemic without adequate resources, adequate pay, adequate protections, and adequate staffing.
Left Voice Healthcare WorkersJuly 7, 2021
Andrew Yang: Anti-Union Warrior for School Privatization
Andrew Yang, known for his short-lived 2020 presidential run, is one of the leading candidates for November’s mayoral race in New York City. Despite his supposedly progressive leanings, his support of charter schools and school choice, and his hostility toward teachers unions, reveal his alignment with the capitalist status quo.
Emma LeeApril 9, 2021