economyEspañolWhat workers should know about price gougingIt’s not complicated. Bosses raises prices to line their pockets. So what can be done about it?Voices of ColorSouthern California bosses pit Latinx and Black workers against each otherLos Angeles workers of color are fighting racism on the job site and in City Hall.Radical WomenTeamsters Women’s Conference: a first-hand account of unionists on the moveA personal account that celebrates the everyday organizers who are the backbone of the labor movement.CaribbeanPuerto Rico: FEMA corruption sabotages aid for islandersThe very organization which is supposed to help during disasters is too mismanaged and racist to give much-needed aid.middle eastAs protest rebounds, a look back at the Arab SpringWomen and youth rise against tyranny in the Middle East and North Africa. Lessons from a decade ago will help make lasting change.middle eastIranian women ignite mass revoltYoung women, students and oppressed nationalities lead a nationwide united front against corrupt, misogynist mullahs.InternationalWorld BeatIn Mexico, hope for justice for murdered students dims; Former leftist Lula retakes presidency in Brazil; Biden continues bloody US warmongering in Somalia.economyA Marxist look at cryptocurrencyThere is a lot of talk about cryptos in the news. With over 12,000 to choose from, it’s important to understand what they are, and what they are not.soapboxThe British monarchy has got to goAn Irish American socialist ruminates on the special relationship the British monarchs have enjoyed with capitalism.Book ReviewHis Name Is George FloydBlack journalists Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa describe with warmth and respect Floyd’s personal history and the movement his death reenergized.EditorialEspañolAnd the winner is … not Trump!The red wave was reduced to a pink puddle. What did the midterm elections say about the state of the USA?LettersLetters to the editor, December 2022Feedback from readers on recent articles in the Freedom Socialist.political prisonersMumia Abu-Jamal denied appeal againLocked up for 42 years for a murder he did not commit, this political prisoner was denied appeal again.