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An Italian teacher discusses COVID-19 and its impact on gender roles, family life, and students’ and teachers’ mental health.
What should we understand today by the term “Leninism”? How much of it actually derives from Lenin’s theoretical output, or must we examine his actual political practice instead?
Pedro Paulo Zahluth Bastos argues that Bolsonaro’s political demise is on the horizon. In this first installment of his two-part essay, he explores the utility and limits of anti-corruption discourse as it has been deployed by the Bolsonaro regime.
Megan Kinch writes, in an unsparing first-person account, on the endemic and pandemic dangers of construction work, the failures of union leadership, and an uncertain future. You can find her @meganysta on twitter.
A New York transit worker explains the limits of TWU’s conciliatory leadership and advocates a rank-and-file approach as the only way for workers to survive the pandemic.
Three workers explain how the working class is fighting for life over profits in Southeastern Michigan.
“Postcards from the Pandemic” is a cartoon published by and for Amazon workers, in eight languages, by Amazon Workers International (AWI), a global network of Amazon workers’ organizations.
An Italian textile worker reflects on the economic crisis surrounding COVID-19, its specific impacts on woman workers, and the urgent need for a feminist labor movement.
Colin Wilson on what COVID-19 reveals about the politics of sexuality, race, class, and gender for the future of LGBTQ liberation.
With urgency and coherency, all movements emanating from this crisis must begin with the call for open borders. But what does this mean in practical terms for the class struggle to come?