Al momento de escribir estas líneas, alrededor del mundo han muerto más de 4 millones de personas a causa la pandemia de Covid-19. Es de sobra conocido que la mayor parte de esas víctimas eran de la clase trabajadora –con empleo, pero también los desesperadamente pobres y los precarizados – la clase sin la posibilidad… Read more »
The Committee for Revolutionary International Regroupment urges collaboration among leftists to fight for what working people need in the face of the Covid crisis.
In Tokyo, concerns about public health were trumped by the IOC’s quest for Olympic gold.
As a light emerges at the end of the tunnel, the question now is how do we stop the next massive epidemic before it hits.
Capitalism is the ultimate virus and we, acting together, will be the vaccine.
The federal government promised to have all aged care residents and workers vaccinated by the end of March. But this promise put the vaccination program to the test — which exposed gaping holes.
In Louisiana, Black women lead an urgent fight against Formosa Chemical complex.
Are the drug companies the pandemic superheroes that the mainstream media are making them out to be? Hardly, says neurologist Steven Strauss.
Who gets it and who doesn’t? What the Covid vaccine process proves beyond any rational doubt is the need for public healthcare.
There have been more than 30 major enquiries into aged care since 1997. All found essentially the same thing — a system in crisis.