The new youth-led Mass movement against gun violence

A half-million people gathered in Washington, D.C., March 24, to hear an all-youth set of speakers call for safe schools and neighborhoods. They were energized by grief at the killing of 17 Florida high-school students in February by a deranged shooter. The

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A Victory for Socialist Feminism: An Interview with Susan Dorazio

Susan Dorazio joined Socialist Party USA in 1995 and, alongside comrades like Sister Nan and Maggie Phair, was instrumental in making women’s issues a central plank of the party’s platforms and establishing the Women’s Commission. Dorazio left the SP in 2007 and

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Got Milk-Drinking Feminism? Nope: Why the Dairy Industry is Incompatible with Feminism

Women’s rights, including that of their reproductive systems, have come a long way.  Waves of feminism have come through history, beginning with the Suffragettes.  Ecofeminism, in the 1980s, was the first to identify with the oppression of farmed animals. It wasn’t until

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Support Iranian Women’s Acts of Protest Against the Compulsory Hijab: Drawing Lessons from 1979 and Today

These are incredibly courageous acts in a country in which the hijab is compulsory, and where women who do not wear their headscarves properly can be arrested, assaulted, face fines, lashes and imprisonment. These acts of protest are part of a broader

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