This one isn't being led by a U.S. president, but by low-wage workers--organizing to demand a living wage from some of the country's most profitable corporations.
A Palestinian scholar celebrates the support for a boycott of Israeli universities by the American Studies Association.
Supporters of Stanley Wrice rejoined when he walked out of prison after 30 years behind bars for a crime he didn't commit.
When they teach us about Africa, why don't we learn about the Great African War and King Leopold's reign of terror in the Congo?
At the University of Michigan, solidarity activists organized mock evictions to call attention to what Palestinians face.
Ayyub Abdul-Alim faced disappointment when a judge refused to dismiss trumped-up "terrorism" charges against him.
Rather than "undermining solidarity" or stagnating democracy, the daily practice of anti-sexism within our organization enhances it.
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Barack Obama's offhand remarks to a crowd of chuckling executives focused unexpected attention on a good question: What is socialism really?
An Egyptian labor lawyer and socialist, facing a new threat of arrest, describes the latest wave of repression against the left.
The International Socialist Review will be a forum for the development of a Marxist analysis of the challenges the left faces.
Parents in New York state are showing growing opposition to education standards that fail both students and their teachers.
Nelson Mandela's relationship to the sports world has been lionized, but there was a side that was far more controversial.
Supporters of the unjustly imprisoned radical lawyer are calling for a holiday campaign to win her compassionate release.
The U.S. was able to impose its terms in a new deal about Iran's nuclear program, but the talks themselves were a sign of Washington's weakness.
We must honor Nelson Mandela's legacy, but also remember that the struggle to liberate South Africa was a collective effort.
The rock legend and Pink Floyd cofounder explains why he supports the Palestinian struggle to tear down the apartheid wall.
A neighborhood schools fair organized by Chicago moms offered an antidote to the lies and layoffs coming from City Hall.
Too many fans believe defending your team means destroying any woman who dares to speak about what happened to her.
An ISO member responds to a CounterPunch.org article that criticized the SW discussion on white skin privilege theory.
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