We host accessible educational programming that contributes to building and strengthening popular movements in New York City and beyond as well as a revitalized non-sectarian left intellectual culture rooted in the struggles of the poor and dispossessed.

Our educational programming includes topics such as: history, political economy, social theory, racial/gender/LGBTQIA/immigrant justice, collective strategies for organizing, liberation theology, and many others—with an internationalist focus. Driven by our organizational commitment to building unity across historic lines of division, our programming covers a wide range of subjects, movements, and pedagogical methods.


Upcoming Classes

February 1 @ 6:15 pm

The ABC of Contemporary Capital

The aim of this 12- session course is to survey Marx’s political economic writings in 12 sessions to assess how far he succeeded in this mission and how far his findings illuminate contemporary conditions.
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