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In the aftermath of the stunning electoral victory of Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, momentum is growing for the campaign to elect Democratic Socialists of America member Julia Salazar to the New York State Senate. Salazar’s campaign...

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s congressional primary victory in July has brightened the spotlight on democratic socialism. Ocasio-Cortez, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), defeated Joe Crowley, one of the leaders of the establishment Democrats...

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We are witnessing the largest opening to build the socialist movement in the U.S. in decades and it is not just leftists who recognize it. National Review, a leading right-wing journal, published a breathless warning...

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This video features a discussion about the way forward for the socialist movement with Philip Locker and Bhaskar Sunkara. Philip Locker is the National Secretary of Socialist Alternative. Bhaskar Sunkara is the editor of Jacobin...

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Sanders spoke today, November 19, at Georgetown University about democratic socialism. Kshama Sawant, Seattle´s Socialist Alternative City Councilmember, responds to his message in this video (see transcript below). Sisters and Brothers, Socialism is rising. Just...

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Humanity is at one of the most important crossroads in its 200,000 year history. Having spread across the globe about 30,000 years ago, we advanced through various stages of hunting and gathering to develop agriculture...

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Over 100 Gazans killed in one week, including 20 children Netanyahu’s Israeli government has launched a horrific onslaught of hundreds of air strikes on the densely populated Gaza strip. Over 100 Gazans have been killed...

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New Climate Assessment confirms disastrous consequences if a mass movement demanding socialist solutions is not built. by Toya Chester (Socialist Alternative Boston) and Jess Spear (Socialist Alternative Seattle) PROTEST THE UN CLIMATE SUMMIT IN NYC,...

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“This is Just the Beginning” The day after Nicholas Caleb lost his bid for Portland City Council on May 20th, a hundred people rallied at city hall demanding a $15 minimum wage. Caleb spoke at...

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On May 1, workers in many countries and unions organize large demonstrations and celebrations for International Workers Day. May 1 commemorates the struggle for the eight-hour day in 1886....

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