There was a growing mood of discontent within the U.S. labor movement before the COVID-19 pandemic. The outbreak has only served to heighten the tensions.
There is immense untapped potential for the Black Lives Matter movement to connect with the broader labor movement, which would take the struggle to the next level.
The Iowa working class has been thrown into the frontlines in the fight for workers’ safety amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic.
The 1969 nurses’ aides strike is an inspiring labor struggle in the American South—a part of the country that is mostly just known for its history of racism, conservatism, and backwardness.
Continued operations under COVID-19 have a very real cost. Within weeks the number of cases for the USPS has risen 25 time and managment’s response as been disastrous at best.
Join our livestream on Saturday at 7PM ET for a discussion between John Peterson (Socialist Revolution editor) and Stefanie Reis, IMT member in Boston and registered nurse.
An unprecedented economic, health, political, and social crisis has come crashing down on the working class, launching humanity into a new stage of history.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, the message sent to the working class by the bosses from the safety of their homes has been clear: “Go to work!”
Massachusetts nurses are fighting both the virus and the bosses to keep themselves and their patients safe and healthy.
The term “harm reduction” has recently made its way into the lexicon of the left. This is because most of the left does not take a class approach to politics.
A first-hand report from an employee at a Midwestern real estate law office—this is just one of many examples of how the bosses are willing to risk the lives of their own employees to make […]
In our latest livestream episode, Socialist Revolution editor Tom Trottier discusses the workers’ fightback against the coronavirus crisis in the US and around the world.