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Start-up makes giving back easier

Published: Thursday, September 7, 2017ChariTT is a newly launched Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative powered by local start-up MyPay …

ANSA McAL (US) closed today

Published: Friday, September 8, 2017ANSA McAL (US) Inc. and US Subsidiaries have advised of a shut down of their operations today as they are in the …

Introducing Saint Monday

As you can see, things have been prettied up quite a bit around here, as Remeike Forbes and Daniel Patterson have stepped up their game once again …

New Issue, Political Miscellany

The new issue of Jacobin will be out next week, just after Christmas, and it’s full of great stuff. You should subscribe if you haven’t already, or …

Issue 9: “Modify Your Dissent” Now Online

Dear Readers,I’m pleased to announce the release of our latest issue. It features some of our finest essays yet and clocks in at over seventy pages. …

Ashwin Parameswaran and the Future of Work

This Sunday at 3:00 PM, those of you in the New York area can catch me at the Museum of Modern Art’s PS1 exhibition space in Queens, where I’ll be …

Class Action: Presented by the Chicago Teacher Union’s CORE Caucus and Jacobin

Since the beginning, Jacobin has paid special attention to the struggle of public workers against austerity. Our critiques of neoliberal education …

Our War on Christmas

Hollywood portrayals of the North Pole — from Disney’s Santa’s Workshop to Will Ferrell’s shockingly orientalist Elf — have been keen to describe …

Heroes of Socialist Labor

Jacobin is seeking a New York City-based editorial intern for the fall semester. Interns will work closely with our small staff and assist with …

Unmaking Global Capitalism

When Marx famously declared that while the philosophers have interpreted the world, the point is to change it, he was asserting that it was not …