Syrian activists are calling for an end to the war on the people of Yemen, carried out by the U.S.-backed regime of Saudi Arabia.
A leaflet issued by Russian socialists 100 years ago to honor Working Women's Day anticipated the revolution that began that day.
The mass opposition to Trump is opening up crucial opportunities for the left to expand the influence of its politics and the reach of its organizations.
An ambush at Delhi University shows the confidence of far-right forces in India--and the courage of students resisting them.
Trump's speech to Congress was successful in distracting the media and Democratic leaders from the unchanged substance of his reactionary agenda.
If revolutionary socialists are a minority among non-revolutionaries, on what terms should they seek united work in struggles?
The anniversary of the Russian Revolution brings to mind the similarities between Tsar Nicholas II and a certain other dim tyrant.
For the working class, democracy has to mean the ability to defy our rulers, overturn their decisions and disrupt their plans.
As supporters of reproductive rights begin taking the streets to push back against the right, it's time to discuss the Democrats' impact on our struggle.
A historian of the Russian Revolution looks at how revolutionaries put their belief in workers' self-emancipation into practice.
Trump is only the latest and most extreme example of this society's refusal to let facts get in the way of its planetary death wish.
Ohio University students rallied against sexual assault as a professor found guilty of misconduct remains employed.
Challenging right-wing speech is not the end in and of itself, but one aspect of a struggle against the right's attacks on our class.
Nancy Pelosi spoke the truth when she said the Democrats "are capitalist"--but more and more supporters are starting to wonder if that's a good thing.
A New York Post story attacking organizers of the International Women's Strike betrays how threatened the right wing is by dissent.
The bizarre end of this year’s ceremony left the Best Picture Oscar with a low-budget film about poverty, racism and homophobia.
The killing of a homeless man by police in Portland, Maine, should be a wake-up call, but city officials aren't taking action.
Es a menudo difícil imaginar tener un impacto sobre la sociedad. Las protestas masivas nos ayudan en ese proceso de imaginación y transformación.
Work with irregular hours, variable earnings and temporary status is becoming more common than ever--and it's fueling working-class discontent.
With Ben Carson taking over Housing and Urban Development, the prospects don't look good for affordable housing--or poor people.
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