From the archives of the Freedom Socialist, this article describes a milestone conference in D.C. hosted by the Coalition of Black Gays. It was attended by hundreds of Blacks, Chicanos, Native Americans, Asian Americans, whites, Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, Nicaraguans and Canadians — with radical politics and promise.
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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.
Newly translated into Spanish, this rousing 1978 piece by Radical Women co-founder and longtime Freedom Socialist Party leader Gloria Martin is a testament to the logic of socialism plus feminism.
Publicado originalmente en el “Boletín de debate de la Pre-Conferencia del Comité para un Partido Socialista Revolucionario (CRSP por sus siglas en inglés)”, por la cofundadora de Mujeres Radicales, Gloria Martin el 1º de octubre de 1978 A LOS 62 AÑOS, PUEDO REFLEXIONAR acerca de tantos años de discriminación y de amarga derrota frecuente por… Read more »
Revisiting feminist author Megan Cornish’s talk at the Imagine Revolution Conference held in Seattle in November 2002.
The little-known story of an Australian runner’s solidarity with U.S. Black athletes.
A statement from the write-in presidential candidate Stephen Durham during the Hurricane Sandy crisis of 2012.
On the 50th anniversary of the walkouts by 10,000 overwhelmingly Chicana/o high-schoolers in Los Angeles, celebrate the Chicano movement with this 1977 editorial in English and Spanish from the Freedom Socialist archives.
From 1989, after George H.W. Bush became president, a Freedom Socialist editorial that reminds people of his murderous crimes as CIA chief and warns of dangers to come.