With racism rife under capitalism, and following the explosive Black Lives Matter movement, the question of how to fight for black liberation is more pressing than ever. In this talk, Fiona Lali will discuss which is the way forward; Marxism, or black nationalism.
In this episode of Marxist Voice, Sarah Vedrovitch discusses the United Front, a tactic adopted by the Communist International to connect the communists to the broader working class.
In 1963, activists in Bristol organised a mass campaign against discriminatory employment practices on the city’s buses. Decades later, racism in the workplace remains rife. To fight oppression, we need militancy, organisation, and class unity.
In this talk, Jack Tye Wilson provides a Marxist response to Stalin’s “theory” of ‘socialism in one country’, and outlines the disastrous consequences of the Comintern’s abandonment of internationalism.