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Kevin B. Anderson

June 12, 2020 Length: 1661 words 0 comments

Notes on the Black Lives Matter Uprising in Historical and Global Context

Summary: The Black Lives Matter uprising in the USA, the working-class resistance to unsafe conditions in Italy, and the fight by Hong Kong youth against the repressive Chinese regime exemplify a new generation on the move for radical change. First appeared in New Politics Online — Editors

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Melissa Wilk

June 6, 2020 Length: 1025 words 0 comments

‘Canada’s Not Innocent’: Anti-racism protesters rally in Edmonton, Alberta

Summary: Anti-racist demonstration in Edmonton draws over 15,000 – Editors.

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Sam Friedman

May 27, 2020 Length: 356 words 0 comments

Three Poems on Covid-19

Three poems on Covid-19 by Sam Friedman.

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Kevin B. Anderson,
Jessica Pisano

May 20, 2020 Length: 89 words 0 comments

[Video] Dismantling Democracy

“Authoritarian Politics,” presentation at panel on “Dismantling Democracy,” with Kevin B. Anderson, a Marxist-Humanist, and Jessica Pisano, part of NEH-supported colloquium series chaired by Julia Rothenberg and Laura Cohen, and sponsored by the Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Center at Queensborough Community College of the City University of New York (May 6-on zoom).

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Kevin B. Anderson

May 4, 2020 Length: 996 words 2 comments

Notes on Lenin at 150: Theoretical Preparation for Revolution in the Time of COVID-19

Summary: Lenin’s theoretical preparation for revolution during the war years 1914-17 is a lesson for us today during the isolation of COVID-19 — Editors

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Peter Hudis

April 29, 2020 Length: 799 words 0 comments

In Memory of George Shriver, Translator of Rosa Luxemburg

Summary: It is with great sadness that we have heard of the death of George Shriver. Peter Hudis, general editor of The Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg, remembers a friend and a comrade. This was first published on the website of Verso Books at:
https://www.versobooks.com/blogs/4689-in-memoriam-of-george-shriver-translator-of-rosa-luxembourg

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Sam Friedman

April 7, 2020 Length: 459 words 0 comments

Three Poems on COVID-19

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Chris Aquino

April 3, 2020 Length: 548 words 1 comments

Southern California Under Lockdown

Summary: An activist’s personal reflections on the lockdown in Southern California – Editors.

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Regletto Aldrich Imbong

March 31, 2020 Length: 1754 words 1 comments

Covid-19 and Social Inequality: How Poor Filipinos Suffer More During Pandemics

Summary: On social inequality and the Filipino government’s measures taken against the coronavirus – Editors.

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Khalfani Malik Khaldun

March 30, 2020 Length: 374 words 0 comments

Prisons, Prisoners, and the Coronavirus

Summary: Longtime New Afrikan political prisoner Khalfani M. Khaldun discusses the impact of the coronavirus on the U.S. prisoner population, the most vulnerable section of the U.S. populace – Editors

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Jens Johansson

March 28, 2020 Length: 556 words 0 comments

Sweden and Covid-19: Social Democrats Hesitate

Summary: How the coronavirus has hit Sweden – Editors

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Chris Brooks

March 18, 2020 Length: 1478 words 0 comments

Auto Companies Announce Closure Following Outbreak of Wildcat Strikes

The Big Three automakers announced they will begin temporarily suspending production until at least March 30 after a series of wildcat strikes — Editors.

First appeared in Labor Notes here, on March 18.

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Peter Hudis

March 8, 2020 Length: 6 words 0 comments

[Video] Understanding Rosa Luxemburg’s Life and Work

Interview with Peter Hudis, editor of the Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg, on the life and legacy of Rosa Luxemburg. In cooperation with Verso Books and the Rosa Luxemburg-Stiftung – Editors.

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Jens Johansson

February 5, 2020 Length: 1000 words 0 comments

Remarks on Race, Capital, and Revolution

Summary: Delivered as a comment after a presentation by Kevin B. Anderson on Marx at the Margins at University of Lund, Sweden — Editors

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Lalan

January 18, 2020 Length: 1107 words 0 comments

Emancipation of the working class is the act of workers themselves!

Summary: Below is the text of a flyer that was written by Lalan, a worker in Nagpur, India, and translated by Arvind Ghosh, for the General Strike in India which on 8-9th of January saw 150 million workers went on strike, including workers in transport, financial services, and both state-owned and private industries – Editors.

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