Written by Juan Diaz and Florence Oppen *
Wednesday, 18 July 2012 02:53
Which balance of the first government of Obama?
Obama, America’s first black president, was elected in 2008 on an image of a being some sort of “Leftist”, more connected to the realities of working people, who would bring change to the presidency...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
PROPOSAL FROM LA VOZ DE LOS TRABAJADORES
Why do we need a student union?
To Fight for the Right of All Students to a Free Quality Public Education
To Fight for Democratic Governance of the Schools by Students, Staff and Faculty
To Unite and Fight for All Sectors of Public Education across California
To Fight Against...Correo Internacional/International Courrier
Written by Alejandro Iturbe, Gabriel Massa
Thursday, 12 January 2012 22:07
This article was originally published in The International Courier – issue # 6 – September 2011.
The background of this is the difficult economic situation that the country is living in, given the context of the continuation of the...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
What next for the Occupy Movement?
Let’s build the Occupy movement with a working class perspective!
The strength and limitations of the 99% rhetoric
The Occupy movement has helped shift the political discussion and reminded us all that there are actually 2 Americas: one for the top 1% of our society, who...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
They got bailed out, we got sold out!
La Voz- Bay Area*:
*This newsletter is put out by La Voz and other Bay Area socialists.
The world economic meltdown that started in 2008 has cost the American working class a lot of money: a total of $9.2 trillions of public money through the bailouts, of which $4.79...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
During this past August, much publicity was given to the so-called “Debt-ceiling debate/crisis”. Obama and the Democratic Party wanted to raise the debt ceiling and impose cuts to public services and other spending. The proposed cuts to public services were not considered deep enough by the Republicans, who “threatened” to not...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
Written by La Voz de los Trabajadores
Friday, 14 October 2011 00:38
From a few dozen youth in New York City’s Manhattan Park, Occupy Wall Street has now seen thousands (20,000 at it’s peak in NY) take action not only in N.Y., but also in the first days of sister occupations across the U.S – Los Angeles, Chicago, Portland,...Nacional/National
Young people camp out in the financial center of the United States against the effects of the economic crisis and Obama's economic policy.
Writing for Opinião Socialista (PSTU/LIT publication)
Wall Street, the heart of global capitalist finance, has been occupied by demonstrators since September 17th....