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Marx’s pedagogies then and now: Research and presentation

Marx’s pedagogies then and now: Research and presentation

  Ask any teacher in any setting, and they’ll tell you there’s no “formula” or “recipe” for education. Despite what corporate charter movements assert—like Teach for America’s “I do, you do, we do” rote learning—teaching is always dependent on relationships,...

Socialists in the struggle for public education

Socialists in the struggle for public education

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrsGE9Kcaeg&feature=youtu.be Reds in Ed held a webinar entitled Socialists in the Struggle for Public Education on Aug. 29, 2020. The webinar featured a special report from New York City just before schools were set to reopen in...

From allies to comrades

From allies to comrades

Despite its association with sovereign nations involved in wartime alliances, the term “ally” has become influential in activist circles on the US left. Attention to debates over what it means to be an ally reveal the limits of the politics of allyship. They also...

More than words: Formulating slogans for the struggle

More than words: Formulating slogans for the struggle

Slogans play a key role in all political activities, whether they be local demonstrations, pickets, strikes, or mass movements. While the fact that slogans are short might make it seem as though they’re of minor importance or a mere matter of semantics, the fact is...

The fight over Chelsea Manning with the SF Pride Board

The fight over Chelsea Manning with the SF Pride Board

Support for Manning reflects anti-war sentiment Chelsea Manning, a U.S. army soldier and anti-war activist who faces life in prison for exposing war crimes committed by the U.S. military, was elected by the Pride Electoral College to be one of the grand marshals for...

Responding to hate crimes: from protest to resistance

Responding to hate crimes: from protest to resistance

The killing of Mark Carson, a 32-year-old gay man from Harlem, in the early morning hours of May 18, in the heart of Greenwich Village marks a tragic boiling point in a recent string of anti-LGBTQ bashings in Manhattan that has left the LGBTQ community reeling with...