Trump was the catalyst for the reactionary rebellion, but far from its fundamental cause.
Seattle’s Jared Houston tells of traveling to Portland to help out-organize and outnumber the Proud Boys: “Uniting all the targets of bigots is the key to success.”
Community organizing and labor strikes led to long-delayed criminal convictions of Golden Dawn members and the party’s booting from parliament.
Hundreds of thousands of Belarusians have been taking to the streets, with leaders of a Nov. 1 women’s march mocked by dictator Lukashenko.
Group of unionists, anti-police brutality activists, prison release advocates and leftists lead successful contingent in San Francisco counter-protest.
With cops of every description on the rampage, resistance is fertile.
How working people can deal with both an increasingly aggressive right wing and a president who seems to want the job for life.
The recent mobilisation of workers and communities gets its dynamism from the grassroots.
If ever there was a time for a newspaper that delivers accurate news, informed analysis and revolutionary optimism, it’s now.
A tonic for the current time: Brecht’s poems, less well-known than his plays, also illustrate the passion of his political beliefs.