An ongoing series on membership in the IMT, in which comrades explain what drove them to reject the capitalist system and embrace revolutionary socialism.
Jabari Brisport, a DSA member and the only socialist running for the New York City Council this November, met with members of Socialist Revolution’s editorial board for an interview on June 28.
Ultimately, how one is treated in an emergency room cannot be separated from how one is treated by society as a whole.
We received the following letter from a participant in the May 14, 2016 Nevada Democratic Party state convention. As the writer explains, supporters of Bernie Sanders received a harsh lesson in the “School of the Democrats.”
I became a Marxist in my sophomore year of high school.
The farm workers’ struggle and the struggle of fast food and grocery workers to unionize and win higher wages and better conditions must go hand and hand.
This situation—in which the people who feed us, clothe us, furnish our homes and so on, are compelled to live with barely any food, inferior clothes, and scant furniture and electronics, while their super-rich jet-setter […]
I am currently a graduate student at the School of Social Work at the University of Pittsburgh studying Community Organizing, and it was during orientation that I met a comrade from the Pittsburgh WIL.
In this letter, Marcus Mayo explains the evolution of his political views and why he ultimately joined the WIL.
The Rivers Casino is the only business of its kind in the city of Pittsburgh. It is also one of the only nonunionized casinos in the state, a fact the workers there intend to change. Socialist Appeal spoke to Fred Lapka, one of the workers organizing the union drive, about the union campaign at the casino.
I joined the Worker’s International League in the fight for socialism because another world is possible and necessary if humanity is to survive growing existential crises: war, disease, poverty, and global warming, to name just a few.