On November 8 at around 1:30 AM, men in two jeeps abducted comrade Amar Fayaz in Jamshoro, Sindh. We appeal to all our comrades and supporters to struggle for his release!
This article highlights some of the key lessons we can draw from the youth movements that erupted in Nigeria.
Decades of austerity in higher education, continual tuition increases, and rising discontent among students are all boiling over, exposing the fundamental contradictions of an education system designed to benefit the rich.
Despite record-breaking highs of COVID-19 new cases this summer, Donald Trump and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos have pushed hard for schools to reopen in person this fall.
I grew up in an undocumented family in the South. We slept on the floor and our dining table was an upside down ramen box. I don’t share this for your tears, but for your […]
NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio’s treatment of the NYC Public Schools is an indictment of capitalism’s prioritization of profits over the well-being and safety of its youth and workers.
In a rational society, mental health treatment would be built around quality care and compassion. Under capitalism, it is characterized by exploitation, corruption, and a single-minded pursuit of profits.
Without a materialist, class perspective of the factors that give rise to mental illness in students, the roots of the problem cannot be addressed.
Desperately seeking an explanation, an aspect of social life that has only recently emerged is chosen to serve as the scapegoat for the problems of capitalism.
From big cities to rural towns, the impact Millennials will have on the future course of the class struggle should not be understated.
The idea that the personality traits and lifestyle choices of a given generation could “ruin” the economy stems from an idealist view of history and society.
The growing search for ways to individually “opt out” of capitalist society is an indication of the historic impasse of this system.