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As workers across the country walk off the job on International Workers Day, students too will be pouring out of classrooms to fight back. At Harvard and Northeastern, this fight against the neoliberal agenda of...

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Students have played a critical role in the developing anti-Trump movement. From the women’s marches to the airport occupations, we have been front and center in the fight against Trump’s attacks. With the growing burden...

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Socialist Students at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) are involved in the sanctuary campus campaign that has gained national attention. They are demonstrating what an organized fight back should look like by uniting...

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On January 20, thousands of high school and college students at over 40 campuses in cities across the U.S. participated in walkouts organized by Socialist Students. The nationwide coordinated action was mobilized to send a...

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On January 3, 2017, Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York announced the Excelsior Scholarship, a proposal that would provide free tuition at the City University of New York (CUNY) and the State University of New...

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“Now, who here is willing to use their mind, body, and, voice to resist Trump’s presidency?” Ezgi (a member of Socialist Students) asked the crowd. A flurry of excited hands shot into the air in...

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The lead contamination in Flint’s drinking water has devastated working people who have not only been forced to drink and bathe in toxic water, but have been forced to pay for it too....

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1. Our generation is under attack If we want to defend ourselves, our generation needs to build a mass movement of resistance from day 1 of Trump’s presidency. Even before Trump takes office on January...

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Socialist Students is calling on students everywhere to walk out of classes on January 20, Trump’s Inauguration Day. Mass protests and disruptions on his first day in office will begin the process of building a...

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Nathalie, 23, a native Oaklander who would sometimes pay the $10 cover to see music at Ghost Ship was out of town when texts started flooding in Friday night asking, “Are you okay?” For the...

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