The fight for migrant rights in the U.S.
Brendan Stanton interviews Justin Akers Chacón, a socialist based in San Diego. Akers Chacón campaigns for worker and immigrant rights in the U.S.-Mexico border region and is the author of The Border Crossed Us: The Case for Opening the U.S.-Mexico Border.
In “Essential Uprising,” Demetrius Noble urges workers to organize to demand an end to alienation and the meeting of basic human needs.
Organizing for union democracy
Tempest member Nevena Pilipović-Wengler interviews Tempest members Ron Lare (Local 600), Judy Wraight (Local 600), Ye-Eun Jong (Local 2710), Toly Rinberg (Local 5118), and Andrew Bergman (Local 5118) about their history-making rank-and-file caucus UAWD in the UAW.
UPS part-time wage cuts
In this response to Joe Allen’s article On the Brink? The Teamsters and UPS, Dom Belcastro details part-time wage cuts.
Reflections on Emily the Criminal
Samuel Farber reviews the film Emily the Criminal and its portrayal of a sympathetic working-class person forced into a life of crime.
One year after Dobbs
A Tempest Collective event on Sunday, May 28 at 2 pm EDT
On The Brink?: The Teamsters and UPS
Joe Allen discusses whether UPS Teamsters will strike this summer.
The Left under Brandon Johnson
brian bean argues the need for independent organizing and struggle under Mayor Brandon Johnson in Chicago
We demand justice for Jordan Neely
In an editorial on behalf of the Tempest Collective, Haley Pessin looks at the conditions that led to the murder of Jordan Neely, an unhoused Black man who was choked to death on May 1 while riding the New York City subway.
re: notice of rent increase
In this poem, Michelle Everette explores how it hurts to be poor.
Fascism, the far right, and the threat to democracy
Jonah ben Avraham responds to Charlie Post on how to understand the relationship between the electoral far right and fascist forces and what this means for threats to bourgeois democracy and the strategies for the Left.
“The Generals’ fight for power is not our fight”
Shireen Akram-Boshar and brian bean interview Muzna Alhaj, a member and organizer of a Khartoum Resistance Committee, about the escalating armed conflict between rival factions of the ruling junta and its impact on the revolutionary dynamic in Sudan.
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