feminismWomen’s rights are not negotiable
Marching against the right wing is a priceless opportunity to revitalize a militant women’s movement.
environmentSolving climate crisis requires revolution
A clear-headed explanation of why two centuries of capitalism is the cause of the warming of the Earth’s atmosphere, oceans and landmasses.
internationalTurkey: a police state in the making
A brutish regime is targeting Kurds, working people and youth who oppose tyrant Erdoğan’s far-right politics and purges.
Helena Rivka Sheinkman
us electionsFighting spirit shines at post-election forums
Activists in five cities meet to strategize against right-wing assaults.
political resolutionWhere we are and how we got here
Examining the origins of economic inequality and political divisions, and proposing future strategies. Highlights from the major document of FSP’s 2016 convention.
political prisonersMumia scores important win
A court order granting Mumia abu-Jamal treatment for Hepatitis C could help thousands of other inmates.
Right-wing calls for a ban on Muslims is the same kind of racist scapegoating that led to the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII.
Nancy Reiko Kato
book reviewAmerican-born terrorism
Blood at the Root examines a decades-long “racial cleansing” in one Jim Crow county in Georgia.
editorialThe art of Black working-class life
How refreshing to see two fine films — Loving and Fences — about African American working people.
editorialA slipperly slope in choice for Defense
Picking General Mattis for Secretary of Defense violates a central principle of U.S. democracy — civilian control of defense.
editorialPutin: the cost of turning back history
The International Monetary Fund, with the aid of capitalist strongman Putin, has transformed once well-paid USSR workers into harsh sweatshop victims.
laborLabor Weather Report
A glance at how some workers and their unions are faring in the class struggle.
letters to the editorReaders respond to ...
The U.S. election analysis; more economic myths; Parkinson’s disease; prison censorship; and more.
socialismClass: it’s where we find our strength
Why did millions of working people, incensed that billionaires thrive while they suffer, vote for a billionaire?
indigenous strugglesVoices from Standing Rock
Interviews with Native water warriors on the front lines.
us politicsRogues Gallery
The new U.S. President’s cabinet is an alarming lineup of foxes in the henhouse.
immigrationWhat now for the Dreamers?
police statePolice accountability
A coalition in New York City says: Let’s take it to the voters.
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