The Unexpected, by Helen Collier. A working-class Black woman of today exposes the pain and degradation of slavery, and the necessity of Black and white women consolidating against today’s racist USA.
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Parasite brilliantly exposes the unbridgeable gap between rich and poor — in South Korea this time. Fearless and funny, it helps movie-goers see the dark side. It deserves all the awards!
A tonic for the current time: Brecht’s poems, less well-known than his plays, also illustrate the passion of his political beliefs.
Or does it say something about the world?
Based on revelatory findings in Marx’s unpublished notebooks, Kohei Saito identifies the author of Capital as the first ecosocialist.
A gripping film about the racist, anti-working class character of gentrification.
Readers’ opinion on Freedom Socialist articles.
Outrage climbs at football league’s racism and greed
“Communism will be, among other things, an aspirin the size of the sun.” — Roque Dalton
A Kurdish refugee from Iran lays bare Australian detention cruelties.