“I was too busy already. Married. Me, an activist? A thinker, a doer? An organizer?” Bay Area poet Nellie Wong describes her journey into radical politics.
Readers’ opinion on Freedom Socialist articles.
Educator and author Merle Woo delivered this rousing poem connecting gender, sexuality, race and class as a featured speaker for San Francisco’s Pride rally in 1981.
FSP’s 2019 Pride statement: “Queer liberation was never about just one part of our identity.”
An émigré to Seattle from the right-to-work state of Idaho recounts how the 2016 election “shattered my apathy.”
Revolutionary versus democratic socialists • The role of socialists in elections • The point of a Trotskyist party
An analysis of the roots of ISO’s disintegration, and an explanation of why feminism, anti-racism and a revolutionary party are key to principled radical organizing.
Stay the revolutionary course!
Radical Women, FSP’s sister organization, tackles the issue of how anti-feminism, racism and bureaucracy led to its demise.
This 2013 FSP statement delves into the relationship in left groups between sexual violence and feminism — or lack thereof.