Below is the download for the March 2021 edition of the Socialist Action newspaper. March 2021 issue-compressedDownload
Thursday, April 8 4 p.m. PT, 7 p.m. EST, “Socialism and Religion” with gay rights pioneer John Wilson. Host: Elizabeth Byce. Discussants: Alex Badila in Toronto, Emily Steers in Guelph, and Helen Smith in Vancouver.
Antonio Gramsci is one of the few Marxist historical figures who have consistently retained popularity in the halls of universities and academic journals over the last three decades. His influence is regularly cited in political, cultural, anthropological studies as an important theoretical authority. Activists on the left also credit Gramsci with having formulated innovative and useful theoretical concepts about political struggle and capitalism.
Thursday, April 1 4 p.m. PT, 7 p.m. EST, “The Struggle for Indigenous Liberation from Colonialism and Capitalism” with Eric Johnston at the Native Canadian Center of Toronto. Host: Elizabeth Byce. Discussants: Agnieszka Marszalek, a teacher at Grassy Narrows, Ontario and Barry Weisleder, Federal Secretary, Socialist Action and co-editor, SA newspaper.
Some fifty people in about 20 cars took to the streets of downtown Toronto on March 28 to demand an end to the punishing trade blockade that the United States imposes on Cuba. Braving cool temperatures and a steady rainfall, participants in the car caravan en route waved flags, honked horns and chanted in Spanish "Cuba, Si! Blocqueo No!"