REVOLT IN INDIA: DOES A SEISMIC STRUGGLE GUARANTEE SYSTEMIC CHANGE?

The largest strike in history, a truly awe-inspiring struggle, has been underway in India since September 2020. Over 250 million farmers and other workers from finance, transport, steel, energy and power, health care, communications, ports and docks have participated in…

The surge of wild fires in California — the ravages of climate change, the greed and incompetence of utility companies, the corruption of politicians, the ongoing power shutoffs, the suffering of millions of workers who lose power, money, food, health and safety — no tale better illustrates the death-dealing heartlessness…

by Ellen Isaacs

December 10, 2020

We can be sure that Biden will better attack Covid-19 than has Trump, for there must be a functioning economy and working class to maintain profits and power. But we quake in the surety that more lives will now be lost to imperialism and…

by Ellen Isaacs

September 15, 2020

Many bloodbaths and much pain. Many overseas tragic events have been forgotten, some hardly noticed as they occurred, especially if Americans were not killed. And many have been committed by those we label liberals, progressives, humanitarians — — Democrats. We must not forget that…

by Ellen Isaacs, May 11, 2020

Near 60,000 more dead by August, the latest model says. But that’s okay, the President says, the governors say. We know who will have to pay.

From the beginning of the North American project, there has been a method -divide those who labor by…

by Ellen Isaacs

March 19, 2020

The current covid19 pandemic exposes the complete lack of concern of US capitalism for the welfare of working people. The just do enough mentality that governs public health and health care in ordinary times creates a system that cannot cope with surges in demand…

Ellen Isaacs

Co-editor of multiracialunity.org, a blog about racism, history and fighting back, a long term anti-capitalism and anti-racism activist, and a retired physician

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