By Joe Allen The current wave of strikes in the United States is a welcome change in the class struggle in the United States. As I wrote recently: The most obvious takeaway from this year’s wave of strikes is that … Continue reading Socialists and Strike Support: Perspectives and Politics
A report on the content, process, and context of DSA’s Draft National Political Platform which will be debated by delegates at the upcoming National Convention. Continue reading Overview of the Draft National Political Platform
An introduction to the political vision of eliminating imprisonment, policing, and surveillance and of creating lasting alternatives to punishment and imprisonment. Continue reading A Beginners Guide to Abolition
By Dan Fitch This story was produced in partnership with Tone Madison. When the aliens come to Earth, nobody expects them to make first contact in a Dane County board meeting. The tech moderator is calling out names over the Zoom … Continue reading Cash Bail in Dane County: Cruel and Unjust Punishment
Collection of pieces from Palestine Can’t Breathe – Save Sheikh Jarrah Protest at the Madison Capitol building on 5/15/21 Rally Report By Scot McCullough Approximately 150 people gathered in Madison on Saturday, May 15 in solidarity with Palestinians for a … Continue reading From the River to the Sea, Palestine Will be Free
The difference is clear: the Madison School Board has a relationship of respect with the union, Madison Teachers Inc. and those it represents. The University of Wisconsin disdains those who work at the University and disrespects their organizations. The anti-union bias of the University places all of us in jeopardy. Continue reading The Union Difference: How Their Power and Influence Affects Everyone’s Safety
Dissatisfied with the University’s reopening plan, campus workers are organizing for a “moral restart” that prioritizes health, safety, and financial stability for all. Continue reading Reopening UW-Madison: A Smart Restart or a Measure of Austerity?