Black Lives Matter has carried out several disruptions. The BLM’s dialogue with candidates of the Democratic Party raises the question of what kind of movement we need.
On August 9, the national primary elections, known as the PASO*, were held in Argentina. Against all predictions, the internal elections for the Frente de Izquierda y los Trabajadores (FIT - Left and Workers’ Front) saw a surprise victory for the list headed by Nicolás del Caño of the PTS over that of Jorge Altamira of the Partido Obrero (PO - Workers’ Party). What is behind this triumph of the “Renovar y Fortalecer el Frente” (Renew and Strengthen the Front) (...)
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has succeeded in galvanizing the far right of the Republican base. While he is almost certainly unelectable on a national scale, the current of racist xenophobia which he has given voice to and which his campaign is mobilizing presents a threat that will continue far beyond the 2016 elections.
On Thursday, August 27, activists and left militants of New York City gathered at the Brooklyn Commons to have a conversation with the workers of MadyGraf, Buenos Aires. The factory was taken over a year ago and has been operating under worker control ever since.
Left Voice interviewed Kostas Skordoulis, a leading member of OKDE-Spartakos about the current situation in Greece following the resignation of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and the recent formation of Popular Unity. Kostas spoke to us in a personal capacity.
The ongoing dispute between Hutchison Ports Australia and the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) has entered its fourth week. The 97 dockworkers, sacked by text message and email on August 6, still remain locked out. However, as part of an agreement to re-enter discussions with the MUA, Hutchison Ports has agreed to continue to pay the sacked workers their base pay for at least another six (...)
Scandal came after Sunday’s elections in Tucuman province. Rumors of electoral fraud and repression against massive demonstrations have sparked a national crisis.
The Revolutionary Workers Movement (MRT) held their first congress in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The event brought militant activists from around Brazil to debate revolutionary strategy and develop perspectives for constructing a left alternative. The congress voted to launch an important campaign to enter as a current in PSOL.
The organizing that is taking place between precarious sectors of the US working class is bringing life to a downtrodden and discredited trade union bureaucracy.