Campuses across the United States are seeing COVID-19 outbreaks in the tens of thousands as students return to campus for the spring semester.
The International Youth and Students for Social Equality is the student and youth movement of the Socialist Equality Parties.
We insist that all the great problems confronting humanity in the 21st century—war, poverty and social inequality, the drive toward fascism and dictatorship by governments internationally—are the outcome of capitalism, and can only be addressed through the taking of political power by the working class and its establishment of a socialism, founded on genuine equality.
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Academics are being forced to fight each other for their jobs via a Hunger Games -style “spill and fill” process.
Vidal’s proposal highlights the dictatorial nature of the projects of the entire political class and the need for a political mobilisation of the working class.
Canada’s schools are not “safe!” Build rank-and-file committees to shut down all in-person classes and save lives!
If a deadly third wave is to be averted, educators and the working class as a whole must take matters into their own hands and intervene as an independent force.
Educators in the state’s largest school district are fighting to keep learning remote as school outbreaks rise and new COVID-19 variants take hold.
The developments of the past 12 months have proven that students and youth face a future of misery and dictatorship under capitalism. The only alternative is the fight for revolutionary socialism.
International Youth and Students for Social Equality (US) establishes new club at Appalachian State University
The IYSSE at ASU is working to bring a socialist perspective to the students and youth at the college and in the surrounding area, and, to turn them to the working class in the region.
Students, educators and workers from throughout Germany participated in the meeting, as well as representatives of Educators Rank-and-File Safety Committees in Britain and the US.
The tuition strike at Columbia must be broadened and linked up with the struggles facing all sections of the working class.
The university police force will be able to arrest those deemed troublemakers by the authorities.
Economic crises are notoriously fertile grounds for militaries to recruit applicants who would otherwise study or work.
The development of a movement against the attacks on graduate student workers requires a turn to the entire working class.
Despite an almost complete media blackout, the strike is being followed and supported by graduate student workers across the country.
Columbia’s Board of Trustees is run by a collection of multi-millionaire and billionaire hedge fund managers and CEOs with deep ties to Wall Street, Corporate America, the Democratic Party and the military-industrial complex.
Graduate student workers at Illinois State University are set to vote April 2 on whether to authorize a strike after contract negotiations have stalled for nearly a year and a half.
Student workers at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio have formed an undergraduate union to fight against unfair employment policies and practices.
Throughout the course of the strike, many students admirably asserted that their fight was not only about the health and safety of themselves, but of the community as a whole.
New study finds young adults vulnerable to developing debilitating long-term complications from COVID-19
The symptoms reported most frequently by the young adults were impaired concentration, headaches, rhinitis, exercise intolerance, dyspnea, sleep impairment, brain fog, appetite loss, fatigue, and chest pain.
Even though Isai Morocho’s school was not meeting in person, his father, mother and brother all work in-person jobs, allowing for endless possible encounters with the virus.
Campus police deployed to UC Berkeley dormitories as administration blames COVID-19 outbreak on students
Campus administrators seek to divert blame for the latest COVID-19 outbreak onto students and away from themselves.
This article presents 10 key moments from the World Socialist Web Site’s live discussion with David North and Eric London, co-moderated by Joseph Kishore and Tom Mackaman, on the latest series in the International Committee of the Fourth International’s Security and the Fourth International investigation.
Born on Nov. 28, 1820, Engels was the co-founder of scientific socialism with his friend Karl Marx, who was two-and-a-half years his senior. Two hundred years later, their life’s work is of burning contemporary relevance.
Rosa Luxemburg, who was born on 5 March, 1871, was among the most important revolutionary Marxists of the 20th century, and her work contains vital lessons for today.
An appraisal, on the occasion of the eightieth anniversary of Trotsky’s assassination, of the work of the great theoretician and strategist of World Socialist Revolution during the final year of his life.
Today marks the 43rd anniversary of the assassination of Tom Henehan, a member of the Political Committee of the Workers League—the predecessor of the Socialist Equality Party in the US. We are republishing here a tribute delivered by David North at a meeting in 1997.