The fight to defend the right for women to free and accessible abortion is a working-class question, and it requires a working-class solution.
The ongoing assault on abortion rights is the result of deliberate, long-term ideological groundwork, combined with political organization—all to advance the interests of the capitalist class.
A wave of outrage has swept the country as millions are disgusted by this barbaric attack on women.
After three years of mass protests across the country and beyond, let us evaluate what the Women’s March has accomplished.
An ongoing series on membership in the IMT, in which comrades explain what drove them to reject the capitalist system and embrace revolutionary socialism.
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.
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.
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.
What is intersectionality theory? Is it useful for fighting oppression, and is it compatible with Marxism?