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Liberation Monthly Issue No. 1 – July, 2022

PSL statement: Supreme Court eviscerates abortion rights, the time to fight back is NOW! With outrageous disregard for women’s equality and bodily autonomy, the Supreme Court ruled 6 to 3 to overturn Roe v. Wade, reversing the lower level court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Nine unelected judges, appointed for lifetime terms, should not […]

Free e-book: Breaking the Chains “Not a Moral Issue”

The right-wing campaign to overturn Roe v. Wade has reached a critical moment. Having successfully restricted access to abortion, reactionary forces are preparing legal challenges to Roe v. Wade itself, banking on a rightward turn in the courts. The history of the struggle for reproductive rights, and for reproductive justice in this country is rich […]

Stop displacing Black communities! Save the UC Townhomes!

On March 19th, members of the Party for Socialism and Liberation gathered with hundreds of others in West Philly for a block party hosted by the Save UC Townhomes Coalition. A strong, diverse turnout of students, elders, educators, longtime residents of the Black Bottom, organizations, public officials, musicians, and other neighbors showed out in solidarity […]

Socialist Roundtable 6: Elaheh Farmand and Walter Smolarek

This month in the Socialist Roundtable, we are joined by Elaheh Farmand and Walter Smolarek from the Philadelphia Liberation Center to discuss activist, journalist, and political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal’s exposure to COVID-19 at Mahanoy State Correctional Institution in Frackville, PA. We also discuss a socialist perspective of Pennsylvania’s upcoming senate election, Biden’s recent visit to […]

Defend Our Neighbors! Fighting Gentrification in West Philadelphia

For the March episode of Philly Liberation Radio, co-hosts Adiah Hicks and Jasper Saah are joined by Talia Giles, an organizer with the Party for Socialism and Liberation and member of West Philly Neighbors for Healthy Community Development, and Christina Jackson, a professor of sociology, author, community advocate, and member of the Gentrification in Kingsessing […]