LGBTQ oppression

At Stonewall, many histories converged to fight back, 1969: Lavender & Red 71

Originally published Aug. 24, 2006, this column was part of Leslie Feinberg’s series of articles on the connections between LGBTQ2S+…

June 27, 2019

Queer Liberation march organizers slam NYPD phony Stonewall apology: Disingenuous non-apology ignores ongoing attacks on LGBTQ+ and communities of color

The following is a June 6 statement from the Reclaim Pride Coalition in New York City. For more information, go…

June 27, 2019

Stonewall Uprising 1969, night 3: ‘The battle was on!’ from Lavender & Red, Part 70

Originally published Aug. 14, 2006, this column was part of Leslie Feinberg’s series of articles on the connections between LGBTQ2S+…

June 22, 2019

Outrage over death of transgender woman in New York City

Members of Workers World Party and New York City People’s Power Assemblies joined several hundred people in Manhattan’s Foley Square…

June 22, 2019

Portland trans and nonbinary community pours out for Pride

In response to the takeover of Portland Pride by corporations and the cops, over a thousand trans people and allies…

June 20, 2019

Revolutionaries in action in Cleveland’s first Pride march

It might not be obvious today, but the post-Stonewall movement for LGBTQ2S+ liberation began as a very radical movement. Even…

June 18, 2019

1969 Stonewall uprising against police repression: ‘All hell broke loose!’ in “Lavender & Red,” Part 67

Originally published June 26, 2006, this column was part of Leslie Feinberg’s series on the connections between LGBTQ2S and socialist…

June 13, 2019

Boston Pride contingent highlights solidarity

Stonewall Warriors, International Workers’ Solidarity Network and Workers World Party brought a strong contingent to the Boston LGBTQ2S Pride march…

June 13, 2019

In Boston pro-choice forces defy right wing

June 2 -- Around 100 pro-choice activists gathered in the Boston Common to confront a group of anti-abortion extremists attempting…

June 9, 2019

‘No Walls in the LGBTQ2S Struggle’

Workers’ Solidarity Day was marked by a May 31 meeting titled “No Walls in the LGBTQ2S Struggle,” sponsored by Stonewall…

June 9, 2019