On the front burner at a meeting of socialist feminists from three countries: support for autonomous organizing by women radicals and plans for cross-border solidarity.
Los Angeles FSP Organizer Karla Alegria-Gimeno describes her working-class origins and tells how she discovered political history and joined the battle for a better world.
“El Partido del Optimismo Revolucionario.” Este fue el mensaje escrito en una pancarta colocada sobre el podio en la convención nacional del 13 al 16 de octubre del Partido de Libertad Socialista de Estados Unidos (FSP, por sus siglas en inglés), celebrada en las afueras de Seattle. La reunión estaba compuesta por miembros del FSP,… Read more »
Multi-racial, multi-generational FSP gathering lays plans for the future.
On the centennial of the Palmer Raids, Clinton is reviving commie baiting by calling Green Party leader a “Russian asset.” Warning to all lefties — beware of embedding with Democrats!
Seattle voters said “Hell no!” to red-baiting billionaires, and defeated five of the seven Amazon-backed candidates for City Council! Up-front socialist Kshama Savant was especially targeted — and won.
Like today, class struggle was breaking out around the world five decades ago. What can we learn?
“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.