When Texas was Mexico: Who’s invading Whom?

Open House & Community Discussion #2 When Texas was Mexico: Who’s invading Whom? At the September Community Discussion, folks came together and examined the racist roots of closed borders, the history of stolen land and colonization, and more. The dire situation for immigrants continues. We’ll discuss recent raids and detentions in the Pacific Northwest and […]
Nov 15, 2019

Women Can Save The World – Fall Forum Series

3rd in FSP’s Fall Forum Series WOMEN Can Save the World • The 21st century rise of working women • What does it mean to be socialist feminist? • What about men? Speaker: Guerry Hoddersen Feminist and civil rights veteran who collaborates with women revolutionaries in Latin America. Affirmative action advocate and co-founder of United […]
Oct 27, 2018

“First Ten Years of American Communism” Discussion Group

This collection of letters and articles by James P. Cannon, one of the founders of U.S. communism, focuses on the years 1918-1928. Cannon gives a personal overview of the Wobblies (Industrial Workers of the World) out of which he emerged, and goes on to describe the founding of the Communist Party, which was inspired by […]
Sep 3, 2018

“First Ten Years of American Communism” Discussion Group

This collection of letters and articles by James P. Cannon, one of the founders of U.S. communism, focuses on the years 1918-1928. Cannon gives a personal overview of the Wobblies (Industrial Workers of the World) out of which he emerged, and goes on to describe the founding of the Communist Party, which was inspired by […]
Aug 27, 2018

“First Ten Years of American Communism” Discussion Group

This collection of letters and articles by James P. Cannon, one of the founders of U.S. communism, focuses on the years 1918-1928. Cannon gives a personal overview of the Wobblies (Industrial Workers of the World) out of which he emerged, and goes on to describe the founding of the Communist Party, which was inspired by […]
Aug 20, 2018

“First Ten Years of American Communism” Discussion Group

This collection of letters and articles by James P. Cannon, one of the founders of U.S. communism, focuses on the years 1918-1928. Cannon gives a personal overview of the Wobblies (Industrial Workers of the World) out of which he emerged, and goes on to describe the founding of the Communist Party, which was inspired by […]
Aug 13, 2018

“First Ten Years of American Communism” Discussion Group

This collection of letters and articles by James P. Cannon, one of the founders of U.S. communism, focuses on the years 1918-1928. Cannon gives a personal overview of the Wobblies (Industrial Workers of the World) out of which he emerged, and goes on to describe the founding of the Communist Party, which was inspired by […]
Aug 6, 2018
Thanks to Bernie Sanders' economic equality platform more young people are identifying themselves as socialists. (Photo by Katie Anastas)

Thanks to Bernie, socialism is no longer a dirty word

The lasting legacy of the Sanders campaign may be a more positive perception of socialism among young American voters.
Jun 6, 2016

You might be a socialist if… An interview with Kshama Sawant

Update: Sawant lost the below-mentioned election for State Legislature, but she just won a seat on the Seattle City Council. To the best of our knowledge, everything else she said in this interview from last year is still true. Kshama Sawant is a pretty cool lady. She’s a socialist who won the opportunity to challenge […]
Oct 30, 2012