A crowd of women, some carrying babies, in a park gesture toward the camera.

A radical approach to sexual abuse in working-class organizations

Groundbreaking protocols developed by the Committee for Revolutionary International Regroupment.
Racism is hazardous to your health: Poverty and poor care spell affliction for African Americans

Racism is hazardous to your health: Poverty and poor care spell affliction for African Americans

aFrom 2005, a look at healthcare disparities – acutely exposed today because of the Covid pandemic – and prescriptions for change.
Pro-Palestinian protesters in Berlin, Germany

Defend free speech! Stop the criminalization of solidarity with Palestine!

From the Committee for Revolutionary International Regroupment: Anti-Zionism is not anti-Semitism.
CRIR, International, middle east
A fox on a sidewalk, next to a bag of trash.

How environmental destruction fosters epidemics the world over

The relationship between epidemics and the capitalist devastation of nature raises a question: Why not tax agricultural, mining and oil corporations to pay for solutions?
COVID-19, environment, theory
Two smiling women hold Stop ERA signs behind a woman in a white coat with a STOP ERA button.

Mrs. America — how the ERA was lost

A riveting miniseries streaming on Hulu that tells the history of the 1970s battle for women’s equal rights, with important lessons for finishing the fight.
Food for the mind!

Food for the mind!

Unfortunately, we are still mid-pandemic. Fortunately, there's lots of good stuff to watch, listen to, and read. Here's an internationalist selection.
Social Security: not broken, but they’re working on it

Social Security: not broken, but they’re working on it

Whose survival depends on this 85-year-old benefit? Why should it be expanded? And how? The answers are not complicated.
A school bus on a New York City street.

Sacrificing the vulnerable: Politicians’ draconian response to New York City economic crisis

As city politicians impose austerity budgets and cut social service jobs that hit the poorest hardest, militant essential workers from fields to hospitals and schools are saying, “Tax the rich.”