Bosses use the possibility of workers losing their ability to pay for the basic necessities of life like food, shelter, and health care to force workers to do what they want. We can’t use such threats against workers as a way to fight racism — we need to organize instead.
Bilal Zenab Ahmed is a graduate student at SOAS, University of London, and is associate editor of Souciant magazine.
Few remember that Yemen once had vibrant movements and a powerful left.
Four years after the Yemeni Revolution, what are the prospects for another democratic movement?