Written by the National Executive Committee of Liberation Road / El Camino Para La Liberación (The Road/El Camino)
Why We Commemorate May Day
May Day, the international day to celebrate the working-class movement, was born in May 1886, in Chicago,
As we all watch the Winter Olympic Games in South Korea, we are fed all types of images and narratives from U.S. mainstream news outlets. There is a lot of information, about North and South Korea and their relationship to
by Meizhu Lui
Events in Ferguson and elsewhere have cut through the white noise (yes, white) of ‘post-racial’ blather to reveal the state of race relations in the US.
Shortly before Ferguson, Ta-Nehesi Coates movingly made the case for reparations
By Bill Fletcher, Jr.
Many of the reflections on the experience of the October Revolution and the Soviet Union have and will focus on economics, democracy, and to some extent foreign policy. Yet there is a frequently overlooked chapter that
The 2008 economic meltdown, spiraling economic inequality and the resurgent appeal of socialism have driven many to look at Marx’s Capital. This short video outlines why this work remains essential for understanding capitalism and the contradictions, oppression and resistance it