The KOSA Bill Is Another Attack on LGBTQ+ People, People of Color, and Children’s Right To Learn
KOSA is ultimately a surveillance bill whose purpose is to limit the spread of progressive politics that pose a threat to the state.
Olivia WoodSeptember 14, 2023
Modi’s Far Right and Regional Crises Fuel Violence in Manipur, India
The conflict between the Kuki and Meitei ethnic groups in Manipur, India has led to displacements and deaths. Workers and struggling people from oppressed nationalities must unite against the warmongering bourgeois Indian state.
AatishJuly 27, 2023
Racist Violence Against Migrants in Tunisia Reflects Europe’s Colonial Legacy
The Tunisian president is using sub-Saharan migrants as scapegoats for the economic crisis and food shortages caused by imperialism, sparking a wave of racist violence and xenophobic policies.
Nadia Ben OmarJuly 26, 2023
The Uprisings in France and the Specter of the Yellow Vests
The French riots, after the police murder of Nahel Merzouk, illustrate the prerevolutionary potential of the situation.
Juan ChingoJuly 11, 2023
Protests Burn Thousands of Cars Demanding Justice for Nahel
Last Tuesday, French police murdered 17-year-old Nahel Merzouk in broad daylight during a traffic stop. Initiating another phase of class struggle in France, people across the country are taking up radical methods to demand justice.
Emma LeeJuly 3, 2023
North Carolina and Texas Bills Would Eliminate Long-Term Job Security in Higher Education
The bills would eliminate tenure, destroying the primary form of job security in higher education. The North Carolina bill also makes a series of other attacks against workers and students.
Olivia WoodApril 28, 2023
Victory in Detroit Will Breathe Lawsuit Against the City of Detroit
The City of Detroit is ordered to pay over $1 million to protestors repressed by police in the wake of George Floyd's murder.
Detroit Will BreatheOctober 16, 2022
Environmental Racism Leads to Water Crisis in Jackson, Mississippi
Jackson, Mississippi, a city whose population is more than 80 percent Black, has been without clean reliable water for days, adding to the ongoing water issues due to decades of neglect and divestment.
Molly RosenzweigSeptember 2, 2022
Killer Cop Jason Van Dyke Goes Free as Biden Increases Police Funding
The cop convicted of murdering Laquan McDonald is being released today after fewer years in prison than millions of people convicted of relatively minor crimes. Democrats in office have provided mostly false promises and dishonest excuses.
Daniel WerstFebruary 3, 2022