This month an International Commission made up of parliamentarians, social movement, and human rights leaders from different countries, will be traveling to Costa Rica and from there to the border with Nicaragua to demand access to, and to check on the conditions of, political prisoners held by the dictatorship of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo. … Continue Reading Nicaragua summons!
Jen Bolen from Democratic Socialists of America’s (DSA) National Political Committee (NPC) describes the story behind the controversial grievance report by the NPC regarding violations of the grievance policy during and beyond the 2021 DSA Convention.
In an editorial for the Tempest Collective, Natalia Tylim offers a perspective for the Left following the loss of abortion rights in the Supreme Court decision, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.
Glenn Allen reviews Steven Soderbergh’s No Sudden Move—released in 2021 and set in 1950s Detroit—and finds a delightful political film noir.
As part of our ongoing series of articles for Pride Month, Christian writes about the role self-defense can play for queer people responding to the recent attacks against the LGBTQ community.
Ian Birchall explains the background and looks at what may come next following the second round of France’s parliamentary elections which saw the president lose his majority, a new Left alliance becoming the second largest force, but also a worrying increase in far-right representation.