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Mie Inouye

How a new class of “salts”—radicals who take jobs to help unionization—is boosting the organizing efforts of long-term workers.

Harmony Goldberg Erica Smiley

Recent union drives point the way to more effective action against corporate power.

David Hogg Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

David Hogg and Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz discuss replacement theory, the gunman’s manifesto, and how we organize against violent white supremacy.

Joanna Wuest

Companies are unreliable allies in the fight for queer rights and social justice. We must rebuild a working people’s movement.

Deborah Chasman Joshua Cohen

In a deeply unequal society, the law can certainly impede progress, but it also remains an essential resource in building a more just world.

Amna A. Akbar Sameer Ashar Jocelyn Simonson

When we think, write, and act alongside movements, we help disrupt the everyday violence of law and imagine more radical transformation.

Nate File

Inspired by the work of James and Grace Lee Boggs, many young Detroit activists are turning to forms of mutual aid to meet the needs of their communities.

Lucy Song

By casting doubt on multiracial working-class solidarity, Jay Caspian Kang’s critique of professional identity politics fails on its own terms.

Edin Hajdarpašić

On war and belonging, thirty years after the siege of Sarajevo began.

Alan Wald

For the Italian Communist, there was no road map for social transformation beyond hands-on, bottom-up activism.

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