In its unofficial launch program, Internationalism From Below (IFB) presents a panel of leading activists from three countries in which massive popular mobilizations have shaken the political status quo and offered hope for a democratic alternative. IFB partnered with Haymarket Books and and the event was co-sponsored by: No Borders News; Review of African Political Economy; Tempest; Lausan 流傘; New Politics magazine; and others.
Nasrin and Sam Salour discuss how the memory of workers’ councils during the revolution of 1979 in Iran has shaped a new wave of class struggles in that country the last few years.
Four socialist activists discuss the nature of the far right movement and how we can organize to defeat it.
Bill Keach assesses the struggle to remove, relocate, and/or destroy certain monuments and statutes as both a reckoning with histories of racism and oppression and part of the process of envisioning a better future.
Aaron Amaral and Phil Gasper offer analysis and perspectives coming out of the 2020 U.S. elections.
Aaron Amaral interviews David Renton about the suspension of Jeremy Corbyn from the Labour Party, and the issue of anti-Semitism within the party that led to his suspension.
Sean Larson outlines different conceptions of socialism and asserts that only the self-emancipation of the working class can lead to the world we want.
Reflecting on the end of the election period, Luis Meiners compares the sharp attention to issues of empire paid by the U.S. establishment, with the relative silence on the part of much of the U.S. Left.
Natalia Tylim interviews Tara Reade about her experience coming forward to tell the story of her sexual assault at the hands of one of the most powerful men in the country, Vice President Joe Biden.
Sylvestre Jaffard, a member of the NPA, explains the context for the reactionary and Islamophobic backlash by the French government, following the murder of teacher Samuel Paty.