kate klein and griffin epstein on challenging the labour movement to take the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and disability justice seriously, and on alternative modes of labour organizing when traditional forms fall short.
James Graham on the need for a revolutionary socialism that grasps the real dynamics of labour, disability, and capital – and refuses to leave disabled people behind.
Capitalist pandemic denial and the cost of living crisis are connected. We should organize on that basis.
Raia Small on why the left in the United States and Canada has struggled to mount an effective response to the pandemic’s catastrophes, and where we might go from here.
Elizabeth So and Karen Jutzi on how members of the Elementary Teachers of Toronto fought to transform their union local’s executive – and won.
Liberalism has abandoned the public to a fast-mutating viral threat. The left should offer a clear, systematic alternative.
Capital and the state have convinced so many of us that there's no alternative to the eugenics of mass infection. How do we escalate and sustain a mass politics with the power to overcome that kind of deadly “common sense”?
"We riot & riot & Cuba never comes..." A poem by Wendy Trevino.
Sinead Petrasek on how the sanctity of the family is invoked often to protect white supremacy and settler dominance – and the critical role of socialist organizing, past and present, in the struggle against such oppression.
Susan Ferguson on how the pandemic has laid bare the social reproduction labour that keeps capitalism churning, the fundamental violence of the capitalist system itself, and emerging possibilities for fighting back.