Introduction to Seed the Vote Jason Negrón-Gonzales The Trump era has been all about the naked aggression of the far right, but cracks are appearing. Trump is battling impeachment, a result not only of his criminality but of the changes that the blue wave brought to Congress. Last month we saw further losses for the […]
In this first of three articles on U.S. political parties for organizers, historian Van Gosse looks at what makes the U.S. party system unique.
Karen Nussbaum, founder of Working America, argues that deep investments in talking with voters, not at them, is key to building long-term power.
Anthony Thigpenn and Jon Liss argue that left organizers must join forces to create state-level united fronts and build electoral and governing power.
Left organizers cannot afford to sit out the struggle for impeachment. Far from being a sideshow, demonstrating leadership in a broad anti-Trump front is essential to win governing power and advance a structural reform agenda.
An interview with Judith LeBlanc, Director of the Native Organizers Alliance, on social movements post-Standing Rock, the native vote, and governing power.
Bernie Sanders is great, but he's not without weaknesses. That's part of what the Working Families Party is responding to.
Ohio has traditionally been seen as a crucial swing state, but a closer look reveals that other states should take priority to defeat Trump in 2020.
Workers in the U.S. and China are both struggling for dignity. Recent uprisings in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and on the mainland show that workers everywhere are finding ways to fight back.