ACR

Anti-Capitalist Radio Episode 68

December 22, 2014 admin 0

Comment on police violence (0:00) Oklahoma: criminalizing women (3:00) 100 years since the World War I “Christmas Truce” (15:00) U.S. and Cuba: same aim, different tactics (26:00)

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International

Review: The Underground Girls of Kabul

December 18, 2014 admin 0

The class war is older than capitalism. It began with the agricultural revolution and the rise of patriarchy, when women became slaves to procreation and men – especially ruling class men, but even the poor […]

Labor

Black Lives & the Fight for $15

December 16, 2014 admin 0

Around the United States in towns small and large, workers are organizing to gain a living wage. To achieve their goal for a fifteen dollar an hour minimum wage workers are organizing protests and strikes, […]

Statements

Revolution and “Schools of Solidarity”

December 15, 2014 admin 0

For a long time, the very idea of mass-struggle politics was almost invariably considered anathema in this country. The United States is just too conservative, we were (and still are) told both by the active […]

The Red Vine

The Red Vine: December 2014

December 14, 2014 admin 4

In this issue: Schools of Solidarity: what makes revolution possible? #BlackLivesMatter meets the Fight for $15 Community control over police: reformist trap or transitional demand? Labor split in South Africa The Underground Girls of Kabul: […]