Working-class women: Mona

This article is the first in a series on working-class women, highlighting the work and organising women across the world perform to alleviate hardships on their communities. This instalment features Mona, who works in her spare time distributing food to the poorest people of Ohio, USA. Mona explains the concept of food deserts, how they are not a problem of scarcity and poverty, but in fact manufactured by the US’ post-industrial city designs, which left some communities with inadequate food access

Haiti loses all elected government officials

Haiti’s last sitting Senators left office on Monday, January 9, leaving the country with no elected government officials. Much of Haiti’s legislature has sat empty since 2020, after planned elections failed to be completed, and now the country’s last 10 Senators have reached the end of their terms too.

US prepares to invade Haiti, sparking mass protest

The United States and Mexico have drawn up plans to invade Haiti, on the grounds of “stabilising” the country. Such proposals have received the blessing of Haiti’s Prime Minister, Ariel Henry, but have been met with mass opposition by Haitian citizens. 

DKU statement on Nord Stream explosions

“We must think critically when the media is trying to make this a murder mystery”, writes the International Department of the Danish Young Communist League

Abortion rights: the fight at home

In wake of the US Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe V. Wade, Phoebe Williams writes on the current state of abortion rights in Britain