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Left Forum Panel: Deepening Technological Changes in the Workplace, Workers' Organizing, and Marx's Mature Critical Theory

Readers of Criticism &c. may find this panel at the upcoming Left Forum (New York City) of interest:

Left Forum Panel: Deepening Technological Changes in the Workplace, Workers’ Organizing, and Marx’s Mature Critical Theory… 271 more words


SDIPN at the 2015 Left Forum

SDIPN will be presenting a panel at this year’s Left Forum from May 29 – 31, hosted by John Jay College of Criminal Justice. The theme this year is “No Justice, No Peace: Confronting the Crises of Capitalism and Democracy.” 74 more words

Indian Point

UCL Left Forum: Beyond Divestment? Climate Change and Class Struggle

On Monday 26 January UCL Defend Education will be hosting this term’s first Left Forum meeting.

Discussing how class struggle can help us save the environment will be GUIN CARTER (UCL Fossil Free) and STUART JORDAN (Workers’ Climate Action) – and there will be plenty of time for open debate. 171 more words

UCL Defend Education

Occupy the Banks Part 2: Making Finance a Public Utility -- A Socialist Strategy

This talk is the follow up panel discussion to an excellent presentation by Die Linke’s Philipp Hersel, on the German Left Party’s outline on turning the financial system into a public utility which can be seen… 74 more words

Contemporary Politics

Making Banks and Finance a Public Utility with Die Linke's Philipp Hersel

What would we do if we could nationalize the banks?  This is an important question, as this kind of demand requires not only the obvious political dimension, but also a technical one.   170 more words

Contemporary Politics

Weekly Show for June 6, 2014

This week’s broadcast includes news of the vote on the new UFT contract, progressives and union leaders giving support to Governor Cuomo’s reelection, Tri-national Coalition to Defend Public Education Conference in Chicago, Teachers speaking out at the Panel for Education Policy, the use of direct action to resist the trend of excessive and abusive standardized testing, a discussion of what non-coercive education would look like and final thoughts on the significance of the UFT contract. 1,964 more words