The fight for equality—not only in theory, but in practice—is an integral part of Marxism. Only working class unity can defeat the capitalists and lay the basis for ending oppression.
The question of oppression cannot be isolated from the general process of radicalization that is unfolding in the US and around the world.
Socialists have long been at the forefront of the struggle for gender equality.
Armed with internationalist class-struggle policies, the labor movement has the potential to become an unstoppable force against the bipartisan deportation machine.
50 years after his assassination, the ruling class attempts to co-opt MLK’s legacy. But the best way to honor his sacrifice is to redouble our fight for socialist revolution.
The struggle for women’s liberation must also be a fight for the liberation of all humankind—a fight for the socialist revolution!
Patriarchal and sexist social relations are built into the system’s foundations.
Successful strikes require preparation and leadership with a clear, class-independent vision. Our aim is not to let off steam but to challenge the bosses’ right to rule.
The struggle against gender oppression and sexual orientation-based discrimination has developed into mass movements in many countries. These protests have within them an intrinsic revolutionary potential.
The capitalist status quo offers no way out for LGBT+ youth. Our oppression can only end with the end of capitalism and all of its rotten institutions.
Only through a struggle against racism can we build the united working class movement necessary to destroy capitalism and oppression.
A society in crisis produces intense social and political polarization. With the “middle ground” melting away, the true face and role of liberalism are exposed.