"It just comes down to simply: what can we do to solve the issues that need to be solved?"
“Coalition strategy” and “confrontation strategy” are actually components of one thread.
The WFP model involves unions, organizations, and individual members all in the same party. This has presented challenges, but also lessons left organizers can learn from its 20 year history.
Democratic Socialist and self-described "Bernie guy" Luke Elliott-Negri argues that even if Bernie loses the primary, we must do everything in our power to defeat Trump.
In 2019, there is a diversity of left electoral projects and experiments unfolding. An ultimate goal is easier to name than the path to get there: we need to deepen and extend democracy into the most important, collective aspects of our lives including especially the places we work and the neighborhoods and buildings we live in. But before we can name a path – a strategy – to get there, we first need some awareness and understanding of current efforts, as we give them the time they need to develop.
by Luke Elliott-Negri Millennials who enthusiastically engaged in Bernie Sanders’ 2016 run to be the Democratic nominee for President had a one-of-a-kind experience. But for those radicalized in the 1970s and 1980s, Bernie was round two. In 1984 and then 1988, leftists and progressives of all stripes joined the Reverend Jessie Jackson’s Rainbow Coalition as […]