WATCH THE VIDEO FROM TRISH HENNESSY’S PRESENTATION “RISE OF INEQUALITY IN CANADA: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES” ON OUR YOU TUBE PAGE. FOR PHOTOS FROM THE EVENT, PLEASE VISIT OUR FLICKR...READ MORE
Gregor Gysi, Chairman of the Left Party in the German Parliament and one of Europe’s most important socialist politicians, gives the Keynote Speech at the official opening of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation’s new office in NYC. Widely...READ MORE
In this interview with Deutschlandradio Kultur, Albert Scharenberg, RLS-NYC Co-director and biographer of Martin Luther King, jr., discusses the symbolism and impact of Barack Obama’s presidency on civil rights. He...READ MORE
In the lead up to the September federal elections in Germany, the Pirate Party has celebrated some significant electoral victories. But what do the Pirates stand for politically? Do they act as a progressive party? And how does the Pirate...READ MORE
94 years ago, on 15 January 1919, Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht in Berlin were beaten to death by murderers in uniform—people who were part of the same crowd that would later openly support handing power over to the Nazis. To...READ MORE
The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation has elected a new president. Dagmar Enkelmann, a long-term member of the German Federal Parliament for the Left Party, follows Heinz Vietze, who served the RLF for six years. Enkelmann, along with new members...READ MORE
Visit our Flickr page for pictures of the event: On November 14, more than 250 people joined us to celebrate the official opening of our office with a day-long event of politics and culture. We thank everyone for coming out to the...READ MORE
On October 10-12 in New York City, the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation and Cornell University’s Global Labor Institute convened the “Energy Emergency, Energy Transition” conference. This invitation-only roundtable brought together over...READ MORE
The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation just opened its New York Office and is proud to launch this new website! As an education and research institution, we strive to help connect and grow “left” currents and causes around the world. In...READ MORE
As part of the Audre Lorde Legacy Festival at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, the Hawaii premier of “Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years – 1984 to 1992” took place on September 20, 2012. 100 people attended the screening of the...READ MORE
Join Jane McAlevey, the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, and organizers around the world this October for Organizing for Power: A Four-Step Course on How We Win.
Workers across the globe are under nearly unbearable pressure as the growing millionaire and billionaire class strategically redistributes all wealth away from the many and towards a tiny few. Neoliberalism—the deliberate destruction of worker power and with it, the social welfare state—must be reversed if......
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