Category Archives: Intersecting Oppressions

Native American Activists Talk Idle No MoreIdle No More: Perspectivas desde el Movimiento

When Robert Caldwell gently — and correctly — criticized our article “Introducing Idle No More” for slighting the question of First Nations sovereignty, it became obvious what the follow-up article should be. We asked Robert and two other old friends … Continue reading

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Introducing Idle No MoreIntroducción al movimiento “Idle No More”

Today we are publishing this introduction to the Idle No More movement, as well as a collection of reports of solidarity actions and statements from the movement. One of the most exciting and important developments in the people’s struggle in … Continue reading

Posted in Ecological Crisis, Economic Crisis, Intersecting Oppressions

Idle No More: Bulletins from the BattlefrontsIdle No More: Balas del frente

Today we published a piece introducing the Idle No More movement. Here we post some reports from some of the thousands of solidarity actions that have taken place worldwide, and some statements from the movement and other First Nations voices … Continue reading

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Intersections: The LGBTQ Role in Society, the Struggle and Socialism

Intersections: two talks on the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer movement and the fight against patriarchy. The discussion of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered and Questioning (LGBTQ) movement concerns a movement of profound difference that in and of itself is … Continue reading

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Intersections: Introduction

Intersections: two talks on the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer movement and the fight against patriarchy. When these presentations were originally made at the 2003 Congress of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization / Organización Socialista del Camino para la Libertad … Continue reading

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