Often overlooked along with the International Working Women's Day holiday is the German socialist who first proposed it: Clara Zetkin.
In 1989, a local strike of coal miners in Ukraine spread to hundreds of thousands of workers in four coalfields, and raised more than economic questions.
The cause of Palestinian liberation stands at an historic crossroads, and it's within our grasp to see dramatic changes in the coming years.
Highlighting injustices affecting San Francisco students, parents and educators will help build our contract campaign.
When it comes to internal discussions and security, left-wing organizations need to maintain some time-tested principles.
Protests and street clashes are again part of Turkey's political landscape, with a new focus on political corruption.
Southern California activists gathered to bring attention to a range of issues, including tar sands oil and fracking.
More unions are realizing that insurers that artificially bloat health care costs have to be challenged.
If passed, a proposed bill would amend Massachusetts state labor laws to extend workplace protections to domestic workers.
What is necessary in Ukraine is a workers' political organization with an anti-capitalist, internationalist and anti-nationalist orientation.
The latest revelations about the Big Brother spy state prove that state repression against left-wing political activism is far from a thing of the past.
Military intervention in Ukraine is fraught with catastrophic consequences for the Ukrainian and Russian people alike.
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit against the New York Police Department's extensive spying operation focused on Muslims.
The counter-revolutionary right is on the offensive in Venezuela. The question the left must answer is: How can we push back?
One hundred years after his birth, Invisible Man author Ralph Ellison still inspires debate about art and about Black America.
The capture of Mexico's most powerful drug lord was celebrated by the media, but it raises more questions than answers.
UIC education grad students are following the lead of Chicago teachers, parents and students--and boycotting the edTPA test.
Our struggle has shifted the national debate about the minimum wage--but we're also taking on questions and issues that affect all workers.
A Venezuelan socialist comments on the right-wing protests today--and the need for a revolution within the revolution.
Teachers and parents in Chicago are defying threats from school officials to make a stand for the human act of learning.
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