LGBTQ+

An End to Corporate Control of Our Pride

Reclaim Pride Coalition has been focused on returning Pride March Sunday to its roots in People Power: the ability of people in marginalized, disadvantaged, and oppressed communities to collectively demand and create societal change. Over the 49 years since the first Christopher Street Liberation Day march from Sheridan Square to The Sheep’s Meadow in Central… Continue reading An End to Corporate Control of Our Pride

LGBTQ+

50 Years After Stonewall: Fight for Queer Liberation

June 28th is the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots that ushered in the modern gay liberation movement.  Every year since there have been “Gay Pride” and LGBTQ+ marches on the anniversary, but for many years there have been complaints about the corporate sponsorship, commercialization, and de-politicization of the march.  This year there is an… Continue reading 50 Years After Stonewall: Fight for Queer Liberation

Labor, Women's Liberation

Striking teachers show us how to win

EN ES Since February 2018, striking education workers have put class struggle back on the political agenda in the United States. It began in West Virginia when teachers and other public school workers from all 55 counties in the state refused to work, demanding an end to low pay and spiraling healthcare costs. Puncturing decades… Continue reading Striking teachers show us how to win

espanol, Labor, Women's Liberation

Profesores en huelga nos muestran cómo ganar

EN ES Desde febrero de 2018, los trabajadores de la educación en huelga han vuelto a poner la lucha de clases en la agenda política de los Estados Unidos. Comenzó en Virginia Occidental cuando los maestros y otros trabajadores de escuelas públicas de los 55 condados del estado se negaron a trabajar, exigiendo el fin… Continue reading Profesores en huelga nos muestran cómo ganar