The Kids Are Alright: Meet the 17 Year Olds That Want to Unionize Starbucks
They haven't finished high school yet, but they are already fighting to organize the first union at Starbucks in the San Francisco Bay Area. Driven by the unionization wave sweeping the country, two 17-year-olds are organizing with their coworkers through a chat called "Union Babes" and fighting the company's union-busting campaigns.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaMay 23, 2022
Global Climate Strike S24: Capitalism Is Destroying the Planet — Let’s Destroy Capitalism!
A statement by the youth, students, and workers of the anti-capitalist, socialist, and revolutionary groups associated with the Trotskyist Fraction - Fourth International (FT-CI) on climate change and the fight for our futures.
Trotskyist Fraction – Fourth InternationalSeptember 23, 2021
Socialism is The Future. Our Generation Will Win It.
We are in the midst of widespread uprisings against racist state violence, led by a vanguard of Black youth. With more and more young people pushing forward and leading social movements, working class youth must ensure our movements don’t fall away or be co-opted by the Democratic Party. We need to create a political party of our own, one that has the youth united with the working class to take the fight directly to the capitalist system.
Ezra BrainJune 26, 2020
The Kids Want Communism: Interview With a Teenage Socialist
Young people across the country are marching for racial justice and embracing socialist ideas like never before. Here we interview one young activist from Northern California about how he became a socialist.
Left VoiceJune 3, 2020
Class Struggle Wave Hits Dominican Republic as Protesters Allege Electoral Fraud and Corruption
"Pa'fuera que van" (“They are going out”) is the cry of thousands of protesters against the government of Danilo Medina. Young people are leading the mobilizations, as they are in Chile and Colombia.
Milton D'LeónMarch 1, 2020
Hope is with the youth, the Kurds and the working class
More than 45,000 workers have been suspended and more than 8,000 are being held. The declaration of the “State of Emergency” is part of a bonapartist offensive by Erdoğan. In this interview Kaan Onat, a young Turkish militant in Germany analyzes the situation for youth, workers and the universities.
Kaan OnatJuly 23, 2016
French Labor Makes A Comeback
After two and a half months of mobilization led by university and high school students, the last few weeks of strikes and roadblocks mark a forceful return of the labor movement in France.
Juan ChingoJune 2, 2016
A New Generation Rises Up
From the youth movement in France, to youth protests in Baltimore to the Sanders phenomena, it is undeniable that there is a new generation rising up. In the first edition of Left Voice Magazine we explore some of today's most relevant political phenomena - the rise of the new generation, the right wing turn in Latin America and Obama's visit to Cuba, among others. The following is the opening editorial to the magazine.
Left VoiceMay 10, 2016
The authorities who beat up the youth are contemptible and weak
Here, Left Voice reproduces an appeal by a collective of more than three hundred activists, artists, and academics in France, denouncing police violence and authorities' abuses since the onset of the state of emergency.
Stoprepression.unblog.frApril 20, 2016
New Revolutionary and Anticapitalist Youth Movement Formed
We have had enough of Capitalism! New anti-capitalist and revolutionary youth movement created in Brazil.
Esquerda DiárioApril 16, 2016