Celebrate International Women’s Day with Struggle!

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On International Women’s Day, Breaking the Chains recognizes the critical importance of our past struggles, We salute all the individuals and organizations that today take up International Women’s Day as

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L.A. Teachers’ Victory is a Lesson for All of Us

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The 33,000 educators in Los Angeles and their union, United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA), have taught us all an important lesson.

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Build the movement, fight for Women’s Rights—On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade

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From 2011 to 2013, more restrictions were placed on abortion access than in the 10 previous years combined.

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The Housing Issue

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“The Housing Issue” explores many of the issues surrounding the denial of housing and the question of patriarchal oppression.

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Breaking the Chains statement: La Caravana

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Every year, thousands of migrants attempt the journey to come to the U.S. because the trek is not as dangerous as their daily lives in their own home country.

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Not Just Rich People and Cafes: Toward a Socialist Understanding of Gentrification

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Gentrification is the systematic process of displacing poor people from a community and replacing them with more affluent people, all in the interest of profit.

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