The following document was approved unanimously at the 2018 World Congress of the IMT. Its aim is to draw a line between Marxism and a set of idealistic and postmodernist alien class ideas.
The horrific murder of Sarah Everard has led to an eruption of anger and protest. To end violence against women, we must fight to end capitalism.
Despite the ongoing pandemic, comrades of the IMT participated in and held events to commemorate International Working Women’s Day all over the world.
Violence against women has always been an integral part of class society. To fight against gender violence, we must fight for socialist revolution.
The mainstream press has billed Joe Biden’s administration as the “most diverse ever.” Behind the rhetoric of “healing” and “unity,” the incoming cabinet has a long history of corporate ties and attacks on the working […]
Our Mexican comrade Karen Campos (organizer with La Izquierda Socialista) speaks at our online Marxist School on the struggle against femicides and gender violence in Mexico.
Is Queer Theory compatible with Marxism? Can there be such a thing as “Queer Marxism”? Yola Kipcak in Vienna replies in the negative, and explains why.
Last week, 20-year-old Alexis went missing in Cancún. On Sunday, her dead mutilated body was found in plastic bags. Thousands of youths are taking to the streets to protest against this brutal murder.
A closer look at the history and workings of the US Supreme Court reveals that, as a key institution in capitalist society, it is not the “last line of defense for progress,” but rather the […]
While paying lip service to women’s rights, the Democrats buried Joe Biden’s history of sexual abuse because of the “greater evil” of Trump and the Republicans.
The revelation of mass hysterectomies in ICE detention facilities is an example of terrifying horrors of the capitalist system for women and immigrants.
Los feminicidios son un preocupante síntoma de un sistema mortalmente enfermo. Pequeñas reformas no solucionan los profundos problemas sociales.