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Sure, Vote for Bernie, But the Left Can Do Better

The following article is written by One Struggle in Iowa. Although they share the same name as us, as well as a strong level of unity on anti-capitalism and anti-imperialism, they are a completely autonomous organization. Their points of unity … Continue reading

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Pollinating Ríos Vivos this Saturday – Miami!

The time has come!  Join us this Saturday 1/9 at 3pm. One Struggle is excited to host the Miami stop of the “Pollinating Ríos Vivos” tour! “Pollinating Ríos Vivos” is a joint project of The Beehive Design Collective and Movimiento … Continue reading

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This Week! DR Cane Cutters & Haitian Garment Workers Meet to Voice Their Own Demands

** UPDATE, 12.21.15:  Since posting this announcement, we were able to interview a spokesperson for Batay Ouvriye who participated in the days’ events with garment workers from Port au Prince and representatives of the Union de Trabajadores Cañeros from the … Continue reading

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Pollinating Ríos Vivos hits Miami!

One Struggle is excited to host the Miami stop of the “Pollinating Ríos Vivos” tour! “Pollinating Ríos Vivos” is a joint project of The Beehive Design Collective and Movimiento Ríos Vivos. Movimiento Ríos Vivos Colombia is the collective effort of … Continue reading

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A Few Points on Electoral Politics

We’re re-posting this 2014 OS piece on elections.  It’s dated, so it doesn’t address the current election cycle/ring & circus, but is still relevant as it focuses on the re-cycled general arguments, used over and over, to validate bourgeois elections. … Continue reading

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Report Back: Miami Climate March

By Jorge Quintana Wednesday, November 14th – climate activists and organizers marched in cities around the country, demanding ‘real’ action on climate change under the banner of “The People’s Climate March.”  These marches were primarily organized by big environmental NGOs … Continue reading

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Astroturf Organizing

The following is an excerpt from a document written by a veteran of several paid organizing campaigns. He’s worked for SIEU (he did not work on the Fight for 15 campaign, but several of his friends did) as well as … Continue reading

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