28 October | Today Brazilians will take to the polls in a widely publicized election between far right candidate Jair Bolsonaro and the Workers' Party Fernando Haddad.
26 October | About 10,000 people are in transit from the south of Mexico. They are fleeing poverty and violence in their countries of origin to try to reach the United States. While President Trump continues (...)
Movimiento de los Trabajadores Socialistas (Mexico)Organización Socialista (Costa Rica)Left Voice
24 October | Despair. That was the expression on the faces of nearly 7,500 Central American migrants as they crossed from Guatemala into Mexico’s southern border on Friday. The Mexican police, doing the dirty (...)
23 October | It is impossible to understand the rise of the social and political phenomenon known as “Bolsonarismo”—the movement around presidential hopeful Jair Bolsonaro—without understanding the huge protests (...)
18 October | Former grand wizard of the KKK David Duke announced his endorsement for the racist, misogynistic, and extreme-right Brazilian frontrunner in this year's presidential elections, Jair (...)
18 October | Bolsonaro’s ultra-right rhetoric has led to political assassinations and violence perpetrated by his followers.
17 October | Socialist Revolutionaries from Brazil explain how they are organizing against the rise of the far-right and why the call for a ‘critical vote’ to the PT in the coming runoff (...)
Movimento Revolucionário de Trabalhadores
16 October | Sunday, October 7, will be remembered not only for the victory of the extreme right-wing candidate Jair Bolsonaro in the first round of the presidential elections in Brazil, but also for the (...)
14 October | Argentina is on the brink. The vicious austerity plan that President Macri’s government is trying to implement (and succeeding, to some degree) has increased Argentina’s poverty rate to 27 percent (...)
8 October | Brazil's far-right candidate won the first round of elections with a 46% majority. The Workers Party (PT) candidate came in a dismal second, with only 29%. How did this (...)
Tatiana CozzarelliJimena Vergara
2 October | Fifty years ago, hundreds of students were massacred by the Mexican military in the Plaza Tlatelolco in the midst of a massive student uprising. Their spirit of resistance lives in today’s Mexican (...)
30 September | Hundreds of thousands of Brazilians took to the street to demand women's rights and protest right-wing Presidential candidate, Jair Bolsonaro.
27 September | On Tuesday, Argentine workers went on a general strike, bringing the country to a halt.
25 September | “Hello disgusting lefty. I’m leaving you this [drawing of military dictator Rafael] Videla so that you think better what you do.”
On Monday, Argentine congressman Nicolás del Caño received death (...)
Juan Cruz Ferre
21 September | As part of a university movement against right-wing thugs on campus, thousands of Mexican students marched in silence to commemorate the Silent Demonstration of (...)
14 September | San Jose—The Costa Rican working class has again burst onto the stage of history. Public-sector workers have launched a countrywide general strike against the government’s austerity plan to deal (...)
12 September | Those on the left who refuse to defend Lula’s right to run for president are failing not only to act as good revolutionary socialists, but even as consistent (...)
Emilio AlbamonteChipi Castillo
11 September | Reproduced below is the historic document sent by the Santiago regional Coordinating Committee of the Cordones Industriales to former Chilean President Salvador Allende. The letter highlights the (...)
11 September | The slaying of two students is, unfortunately, not an extraordinary event in Honduras.
7 September | Most schools and universities that make up the National Autonomous University of Mexico are on a 48-hour strike, the biggest in 18 years. What sparked this massive (...)
Joss EspinosaClaudio Escobar
6 September | The peso plummets 30% in two days, President Mauricio Macri announces new austerity measures and popular resistance grows.
5 September | This past month, representatives of the U.S. and Mexican governments held bilateral talks to reach a new trade agreement which would replace NAFTA. Does this mean the end of (...)
3 September | Due to massive austerity measures, Brazil's largest museum burned to the ground. This is a massive loss to all those interested in history, but especially to Rio de Janiero's working (...)