Written by Marcos Margarido
Sunday, 05 October 2014 11:27
Protests in Hong Kong must end by Monday morning, threatened the chief executive.
The Hong Kong Chief Executive, Leung Chun-ying, who refused to resign after a demand made by the Federation of Students, made a televised address on Saturday, 4/10, claiming to be...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
By Florence Oppen
This article is part 1 of a two part series. We will publish the second part of this piece in the next issue of Workers´Voice.
The Ideological Crisis of Bourgeois Democracy and our Generation
In response to the last round of economic crisis of the capitalist system, a new wave of...Occupy Movement
-The Latin@ Asian Dialectic Podcast - a podcast by La Voz members; 3/4/14
This Podcast (no. 2; 3/4/14) is on Horizontalism- the “horizontalist”* method of organizing that social movements use. It’s methods were popularized with the Occupy movement in the US, the Indignados movement of Spain, and on other localized organizing...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
Written by La Voz de Los Trabajadores
Wednesday, 13 March 2013 06:19
The actors have changed. The scripts have been rewritten. UC President Mark Yudof may be resigning and there may be a tuition freeze for 2013-14 and maybe even beyond that. But privatization and new forms of “austerity” continue to be imposed on us, and so...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
A Marxist Analysis of the 2012 elections
This article is to update our election perspectives since the last piece we wrote. Please see this piece as a supplement to that piece.
By Juan Diaz & Florence Oppen
The election debates are over and the ruling parties have sounded off the signal to get the vote out...LIT/La Voz Declaraciones/Statements
Making the case for class struggle unionism to combat austerity
Written by Blanca, Claire, Gustavo, Natalia, & Nick
In May 2011, the reform caucus Academic Workers for a Democratic Union (AWDU) swept to victory in the triennial leadership elections for UAW Local 2865, which represents 12,000 teaching assistants,...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
A small history of the janitors’ struggle
The most conscious janitors of Northern California remember the agreement of the Master Contract that the Local 1877 leaders agreed with the bosses of the custodial companies in 2003 as a despicable betrayal and a shameless mockery against all janitors.
The complaints most heard then...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
By Juan G., Andy Libson, and Blanca M.
What is Prop. 30?
Proposition 30 is a sales and income tax initiative on the ballot for Nov. 2012 which is promoted by Gov. Brown and will raise between $7 and $9 billion for the general fund of the state. It proposes:
- a temporary (4 years) raise of California’s sales tax from 7.25%...