This week, we lost Aaron Hess, a brilliant and beautiful comrade and a committed revolutionary for his entire adult life.
The horrors of the past months shouldn't stop us from remembering that 2015 was also a year when large numbers looked for a left alternative.
In socialist movements throughout history, the question of what kind of society we're fighting for has been bound up with who can achieve it.
A Seattle activist and educator who was attacked without warning by a cop last year describes his fight to win justice.
Spike Lee claims Chi-Raq is part of a mission to save lives in violent neighborhoods, but his solution is more victim-blaming.
The conservative government of Park Geun-hye is seeking to impose harsh labor law reform, but unions are fighting back.
SW asked writers, musicians and just plain fans about the music(s) they're listening to, reading about and otherwise enjoying.
About 200 people at Portland State University organized events in solidarity with refugees and victims of racist violence.
A recent panel discussion in Mount Vernon, New York, asked how we can win justice for the wrongfully incarcerated.
A surge of anti-Muslim hate crimes across the U.S. can be traced to the concerted campaign of bigotry whipped up by political leaders.
The victory of the right in National Assembly elections in Venezuela is a major reversal for the Bolivarian Revolution.
Despite the release of damning video from a police dash-cam, RonnieMan Johnson's killer is still not facing prosecution.
New York City's mayor announced a new supportive housing plan that falls far short of his progressive promises.
Workers on strike against Kohler's two-tier wage system urgently need solidarity--and some labor activists are answering the call.
One month of protests in the streets of Chicago has done more to hold the police accountable than decades of legal wrangling and promises of reform.
Dozens of New York City groups came together to protest Trump's Islamophobia and demand that more refugees be taken in.
More than 120 SUNY New Paltz students organized a walkout and rally to defend the Black Studies Department.
"Nazis out, refugees in" was the message of activists who came out to protest a Seattle march called by a far-right hate group.
The "war on terror" has killed huge numbers of people across the world, but it does something else as well--it kills language.
Europa no es el único lugar donde los gobiernos cruelmente niegan la entrada a inmigrantes huyendo de la violencia y la pobreza.
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