Despite the hype, workers – in particular women and people of color – continue to suffer.
A military pact between Australia, the UK and the U.S. allows the Aussie government to waste billions of dollars purchasing nuclear submarines.
Housing debt is among the highest in the world and homelessness is surging. But relief is possible.
Feedback from Los Angeles on the housing crisis; praise for two new titles from Red Letter Press; critical thoughts on Australia’s Labor Party.
“Mayor Eric Adams’ fearmongering and unleashing of the NYPD on the unhoused emboldened the ex-marine who put Neely in a chokehold.”
Organizers have met roadblocks, achieved successes, and learned vital lessons.
This interview of Black housing activist Tye Reed reveals Seattle’s pretentious charter amendment campaign, which will not solve exploding homelessness.
This interview with FSP’s LA branch organizer tells how a broad coalition is energetically forcing the press and city to address what can be done.
As Election Day 2020 approaches, multiple crises are wreaking havoc across the country. The pandemic that has taken more than a million lives across the globe has triggered an economic… Read more »
It is precisely because the stakes are so high today that workers and poor folks cannot afford to give one iota of credibility to the Democratic Party.