People’s History: The Communist Manifesto

On this day in 1848, Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels first published the communist manifesto. This revolutionary document describes human #history as one of class struggle. It has inspired countless millions around the world from the time of it’s publishing to the present day. “Workers of the world unite! You have a world to win,… Read more »

People’s History: Audre Lorde – Sister Outsider

On this day in 1934, radical #librarian, socialist, feminist, lesbian, mother, writer, womanist, and civil rights activist, Audre Lorde was born in New York. “The master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house. They may allow us temporarily to beat him at his own game, but they will never enable us to bring about genuine change.” More here: Print available from

Young Marx Play Screening

‪Members of Miami Democratic Socialists of America braved the harsh South Florida winter today to take in some theatre and political discussion. Thanks to Black Rose / Rosa Negra – Anarchist Federation and International Socialist Organization comrades for joining us.‬

People’s History: David Graeber

On February 12, 1961, anthropologist David Graeber was born. A veteran of the global justice movement, he has done anarchist action to attack capitalist hegemony and was a key organizer in Occupy Wall Street. He’s also a popular writer & professor. His Twitter profile is here:

People’s History: The Flint Sit-down Strike

On this day in 1937, GM autoworkers won a hard-fought sit-down strike. To defend their factory from police and strikebreakers, workers in Flint and Cleveland relied on solidarity and community support, ultimately winning recognition for the UAW International Union.

People’s History: Amandla Awethu!

On this day in 1990, South African socialist & anti-apartheid revolutionary, Nelson Mandela was liberated after 27 years. From freedom fighter to political prisoner to president, his lifelong struggle for justice has inspired countless millions. Watch: