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Protesters Across U.S. Demand Safe Reopening of Schools in National Day of Resistance

On August 3, students, educators, and community-members across the U.S. took part in demonstrations to demand the “safe, racially just, and fully funded” opening of schools.

Jayne Smith

August 4, 2020

On the Ground at Abolition Park: Demonstrators Vote To Stay after City Council Passes Disastrous Budget

After the NYC City Council failed to cut the NYPD by even $1 billion, activists at the City Hall Encampment voted to remain in the space. Police tried to evict them Wednesday morning, but the encampment held strong.

Ezra Brain

July 1, 2020

Nurse and Jail Support Volunteer Arrested by the NYPD

A frontline nurse and jail support volunteer were arrested by the NYPD, violating DeBlasio's own curfew policies. They are the second and third Left Voice collaborators arrested tonight.

Left Voice

June 5, 2020

Free Detroit Activist Tristan Taylor! Drop all Charges!

In April, Left Voice interviewed Tristan Taylor, a long-time activist in Detroit. Last night he was arrested with hundreds of others, and though everyone else involved was released with tickets for breaking curfew, Taylor remains in custody. He is charged with “inciting a riot.” 

Left Voice

June 3, 2020

Paint and protest: Iraqi protesters transform Baghdad with murals

When the waters of class struggle are stirring, art takes to the streets.

Mass Mobilizations in France Against Macron’s Pension Reform

This Wednesday, the French government unveiled the details of its proposed pension reform. Tuesday marked the second day of mass mobilization, while an ongoing general strike had already paralyzed the country for six days.

The Protests in Colombia Aren’t Over

While the union and movement leadership negotiates with Duque's government, the protests in Colombia continue.

Jesús Pegueros

December 12, 2019

Before the Yellow Vests, Chile, and Lebanon, There Was the Uprising in Haiti

Haiti has been fighting back against austerity and government corruption since last year. But the problems that Haiti faces are deeply rooted in a colonial legacy and imperialist intervention.

Tatiana Cozzarelli

November 21, 2019

Mass Uprising in Iran Set Off by Hike in Fuel Prices

The price of petrol was tripled in Iran virtually overnight on Friday. In response to this move by the government, Iranian masses took to the streets to protest a deepening economic crisis.

Maryam Alaniz

November 21, 2019