Dissent is not the same thing as hate. Let us be unyielding in our commitment to building an abolitionist future.
Black Americans cannot afford, both figuratively and literally, to have America's problem of race inequality continuously pushed off.
Our broken communities cannot continue to live in fear of the police; and their fear of us must also change.
I had issues with Sanders, but now that his campaign is pretty much over, my biggest lament is that the term "socialism" will once again face extinction.
Utopian communities by themselves could not overcome the power of capitalism, but we do well to learn from their positive achievements - and failures.
Rosa Luxemburg famously said the choice before humanity was "socialism or barbarism." 101 years later, the same stark option confronts us today.
By 2030, the United States will have more older people living in poverty than the entire populations of Australia and New Zealand combined.
Even under socialism, doctors and lawyers will receive higher salaries than custodians, postal workers, cashiers, and fast food workers.
The impulse for large-scale, government-led democratic socialist reforms could produce the qualitative transformation Marx counted on.
For the first time since the earliest human societies, people have finally started to practically work toward a social order not based on exploitation.