Mélissa Miller and Alexis Lafleur-Paiement, members of the Archives Révolutionnaires collective in Québec, on one of the largest workers’ strikes in Canadian history and what we can learn from it today.
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.
Liberalism has abandoned the public to a fast-mutating viral threat. The left should offer a clear, systematic alternative.
Kate Klein on a subtle source of activist burnout and what can be done about it.
Midnight Sun speaks to Anastasia Vosstavshaya and Marie, two comrades from the Russian Socialist Movement (RSM) – exploring what life is like for anti-war organizers in Russia today, the centrality of feminist organizing against the war, and what it means to build international solidarity with those fighting for liberation in both Russia and Ukraine. Translated by Olena Lyubchenko.
Vincent Wong on building a socialist internationalism able to do justice to all our contradictory concepts of “home.”
Misha Falk on anti-work politics, their appeal and their limits, and how they relate to building working-class power.
Mostafa Henaway on Amazon’s insidious labour model, its continuities and ruptures with shop-floor dynamics of earlier decades, and how to fight it.
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.