Why Anti-Racism Must Be Anti-Capitalist

By Zarah Sultana, Tribune Magazine. -

Last summer we saw one of the largest anti-racist mobilisations in decades. In over sixty countries, protesters took to the streets in their thousands to demand transformative, lasting [...]

Terms Frequently Used To Describe Capitalism Don’t Hold Up Under Scrutiny

By Richard D. Wolff, Economy for All. -

Capitalism is not, as its defenders like to claim, defined by “free” or “private” enterprises. Likewise, “free” or “unregulated” markets do not define capitalism. Politics and ideology drive its [...]

Covid Recovery And Radical Social Change

By Christos Zografos, The Ecologist.   -

I share the hope that the pandemic serves as a wake-up call for mobilizing action for radical societal change, and I don’t think that those who see fragments of this happening in commoning or [...]

Capitalist Catastrophism

By Kai Heron, ROAR Magazine. -

We are not really in capitalist realism anymore, that we have in fact been leaving it for quite some time and that the signs of what might replace it in our pandemic-ridden and rapidly warming [...]

It’s A Class War Now Too

By Joshua Frank, Counterpunch -

The looting of stores is inherently a class issue, whether you look upon it favorably or not (there are always exceptions of course). The act of looting is a long-standing American tradition, [...]

Frontline Healthcare Workers Are Becoming Socialists

By Igor Krasno, Révolution Permanente. -

As the current Covid-19 pandemic spread throughout the country, healthcare workers again witnessed how the for-profit healthcare system, along with the capitalist economic system, was unable to [...]

May Day Time For Workers To Unite For Power

By Richard D. Wolff,  Maria Carnemolla, Liz Phillips, Michelle Scott,  Democracy at Work -

This May 1, 2020, let us ask the question, why do we keep a system that requires workers to endlessly struggle against the opponents who own and operate each enterprise with exclusive control of [...]

G20 Prepares For Protests Against Economy For The Rich

By Hernan Porras Molina, Entorno Inteligente -

Deployment of some 24,000 security agents, areas closed even to pedestrian traffic, total interruption of the metro system and trains, Buenos Aires looks like an armored city and with the nerves [...]

The Aftershocks Of The Economic Collapse Are Still Being Felt

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

There has been a spate of articles recently on the ten year anniversary of the financial collapse. We wrote about this anniversary two weeks ago, describing the cause of the collapse and the [...]

Day 3 Of Countdown To Launch: Mani Martinez

By Mani Martinez, www.PopularResistance -

By Mani Martinez for Popular Resistance. Because I am involved in putting up a great deal of the articles that are on Popular Resistance, my scope of political issues has been incredibly [...]

The Latin American Left Today Global Center For Resistance

By Staff for Telesur. From Brazil to Venezuela there have been radical shifts in the geopolitical landscape of the region. However, Latin America remains a global center for creativity and [...]