Farmers in New Mexico have banded together to protect scarce water resources from developments that could end their way of life. Their collective activity is a model for grassroots politics in the age of climate change.
Workers must build durable collective identities on their own behalf, and unions must institutionalize that social solidarity.
Drivers and organizers in New York, Los Angeles, and the UK talk about Wednesday’s strike.
Bell never quite reconciled the Jewish conservative and the Yiddish radical within him. This tension helped generate some of his most important and creative insights.
Join us in celebrating our spring issue, “Labor’s Comeback.”
Long-time Dissent contributor and editorial board member Martin Kilson died on April 24 at the age of eighty-eight.
The Democratic Party didn’t choose Milwaukee for its 2020 convention because of its radical past. But the city’s history shows how socialism worked in the United States—and could work again.
“This is about reviving a labor movement that really fights for the working class.”
On the hundredth anniversary of a youth movement that kickstarted the Chinese Communist Party, student activists are using Marxism to rebel against the party.
Socialists need to fight against the dangerous and destabilizing actions of the Venezuelan opposition and the United States, while supporting the vast majority of the Venezuelan people in their struggle to regain democracy.
We must once again imagine a legal regime that encourages workers’ collective activity and gives their organizations real power in the governing process.
Stop & Shop workers staged the biggest private-sector strike in years. We talk to two of the strikers about what they won.