InternationalThe US/Nato backed regime in Kabul protects itself not the people
The FSP joins Left Radical of Afghanistan (LRA) in denouncing the brutal attack on civilians in Kabul on July 23.
EditorialThe grand illusion
Is this what democracy looks like?
From the ArchivesA socialist take on gun violence, state violence, and workers’ right to self-defense
A 2013 article critiquing gun control as the answer to violence and explaining why the right to bear arms is important to working people and the oppressed.
ElectionLife after the election – Let’s stand and fight together!
East Coast FSP members are at the DNC protesting, attending the Socialist Convergence, and promoting the campaign for an elected civilian review board over the police in NYC. Look for us!
electionsRecommendations for the August 2, 2016 Washington State Primary Election
A sea of candidates is vying for a spot on the general election ballot, but only one names capitalism as the problem.
editorialA message from Dallas
Ongoing racist executions by police demand a vast and inclusive movement to defend the struggle against police repression.
movementsA big win for treaty rights
Fighting to save fishing rights and prevent extensive pollution, the Lummi tribe took on the coal industry.
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For way too long, New York has been plagued by out-of-control racist violence perpetrated by cops, with no real avenue of justice for those injured or killed and grieving families and friends. The review board is a concrete reform that creates an elected body from the community.
Mons, 3:00-4:30 pm beginning July 11
Capital by Karl Marx
Mons, 7:00-8:30 pm beginning July 11
Fascism and Big Business by Daniel Guerin
Mondays, 6:30-8:00 pm
Democracy and Revolution by George Novack
Wed, 17 August, 6:30 pm
Freedom Socialist Party meeting: Understanding why speculative bubbles burst
New York City
Thu, July 28th, 7:00-9:00 PM
Summer Organizing Meeting: Police Accountability Coalition Meeting