laborWanted: labor’s own party
Unionists and unorganized workers need a militant party of their own.
laborAffirmative action = class solidarity
Stopping the right wing’s attack on labor starts with working people unifying in self defense.
From the ArchivesBeyond the limits of "identity politics"
Emily Woo Yamasaki's 2001 article offers socialism as the intersectional solution to the shortcomings of identity politics.
Indigenous RightsLex Wotton: Palm Island class action win is an important precedent
The case can be used to show that the treatment of the Palm Island community is not an aberration when it comes to deaths in custody.
IN MEMORIAMDuciana Thomas, 1987–2016
Passionate and unwavering in her convictions, Thomas will be missed by all who knew her.
police“Officer Friendly” isn’t a solution
Elected civilian review boards are needed to rein in police violence, not community policing and other toothless reforms.
RADICAL WOMENWho'll watch the kids?
Working parents need affordable childcare. The U.S. can afford to fund it — and should.
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Study circle – Imperialism: The highest stage of capitalism
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Police Accountability Campaign Meeting
Fri, January 20, 1:00pm
Eyewitness Report from Washington, D.C Protests: Fighting Back against Trump and the Right-Wing Agenda
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