The Summer School is a space for education, discussion, and networking for activists from around the country. This year's event will feature plenaries, workshops, and roundtables on topics including police brutality and Black Lives Matter, neoliberalism and the nature of attacks and resistance, independent and left electoral efforts, gendered violence, Fight for $15, public educations and teachers unions, ecosocialism, Palestine, and more.
Registration is now open, and you'll receive an early bird discount if you register by June 28!
How does ecosocialist politics differ from traditional socialist and labor politics? How do we ensure the generalized satisfaction of needs for all, including the equalization of living standards between the industrialized nations and the rest of the world, if humanity can no longer afford to keep expanding production based on energy from fossil fuels?
In 2014 Solidarity’s Ecosocialist Working Group began a project to discuss these and related questions. We publish three essays here as the beginning of a working paper exchanging ideas, proposals, and possible strategic frameworks. We also invite your comments.