A conversation with Camille Chalmers and Mamyrah Dougé-Prosper as we dive into an analysis of Haiti's current context, the implications of US imperialism for democracy, and the state of popular struggles.
On the 173rd anniversary of the publication of Marx and Engel's The Communist Manifesto, join an interview and discussion between artist and organizer Niki Franco and historian and journalist Vijay Prashad on the internationalist history of the document, the liberation struggles it has inspired, and how it connects to people's movements today.
Join us as we commemorate the 173rd anniversary of the first publication of the Manifesto of the Communist Party by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. In coordination with Leftword Books and the International People’s Assembly, and to celebrate the internationalist history of the manifesto, we will be one of many groups around the world to virtually gather and read the text out loud in multiple voices and languages
This teach-in is prepared and led by the participants of the most recent TPF course “Revolutionary Feminism: Theory and Practice.” We will explore how March 8 has been commemorated in regions across the world, and we will uplift examples of militant, working class women's organizations throughout history.
More’s life, narrated in his words and those of his son Satyendra, illuminates the conflict between the promise of Marxist emancipation and the hard reality of the hierarchies of caste. Join Anupama Rao, Sheetal Chhabhria, Premilla Nadasen and Sudipta Kaviraj for a book talk and discussion on internationalist and anti-racist perspectives on caste, class, and social life.
A Festival in Solidarity with the people of Haiti. The Haitian people have been mobilizing in the streets and demanding the end of the dictatorship of President Jovenel Moïse. Despite the US government’s continued support for the Moïse regime, we know that the struggles of our comrades in Haiti are inescapably connected to the struggles of all working people around the world.