Emancipation

Emancipation

Internationalists

Coronavirus: saving lives, not investments

If the spread of the epidemic has multiplied it is because the priorities of the bourgeoisies of each country and their governments are focused on preventing their national capital from being devalued, regardless of decimating working class families, forced to march to work every day despite the obvious public health risk.

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1st Congress of Emancipation

On June 21, 22 and 23, we held the first Emancipation Congress with the participation of comrades and nuclei from three countries. The congress constitutes Emancipation as a global and internationalist organization.

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Urgent appeal to the internationalists of South America

We urgently call upon all internationalists in South America, whether formally organized or not, to build together with us an international coordination under the principle that every faction of the bourgeoisie is today reactionary and that therefore, in any war to come, the first real enemy will always be the capital of one’s own country.

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March 8th and feminism

The 8th of March, “International Day of Solidarity among Proletarian Women,” was born in 1910 from the Second International, in order to promote the mobilization of proletarian women, an indissoluble and necessary part of the universal class and the emancipatory movement of the working class. It was originally a mobilization for universal suffrage through the organization of working women in the class struggle. Century and a bit later, it is something very different.

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Workers of all countries, unite, abolish armies, police, war production, borders, wage labor!