Celebrating the centennial birthday of the late FSP co-founder Clara Fraser this year, we reprint her hope-inspiring 1994 tribute to solidarity.
From the Archive
As the women of Iran rise up once again, these stories from the Freedom Socialist archives are more relevant than ever.
Like today, the 1940s and ’50s were years of dynamic change during which the oppressed and exploited fought against the odds for justice.
Originally published in 2012, this moving story of an undocumented mother’s harsh life and fightback in the U.S. is deeply relevant here and now.
Clara Fraser speaks out against mainstream politicians normalizing fascist ideas — and what can be done about it.
A 2019 report on that year’s popular rebellion that illuminates the roles of the military and the RSF in today’s conflict.
This 1979 article from the Freedom Socialist describes the radical politics and international scope of a milestone conference in D.C.
This 2013 FSP statement delves into the relationship in left groups between sexual violence and feminism — or lack thereof.
Excerpts from a 1989 keynote speech by FSP co-founder Clara Fraser.
From 2019, an article that points to reasons for hope and a way to get off the doomsday path.