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Socialism 2022 Conference

The Socialism conference is back, and Jewish Currents is proud to be a co-sponsor!

The largest socialist conference in North America returns this September 2nd-5th in Chicago, and registration is now live. Join hundreds of other activists, organizers, abolitionists and socialists for four days of discussion and debate about radical politics, history, and strategy. Participate in panels, lectures, and workshops on class struggle unionism, police and prison abolition, Black feminism, reproductive justice, working-class internationalism, debtors’ power, capitalist crisis, tenant organizing, Palestinian liberation, and more.

Featured Speakers at Socialism 2022 will include: Ruth Wilson Gilmore, Robin D.G. Kelley, David Harvey, Harsha Walia, Barbara Ransby, Derecka Purnell, Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò, Kim Kelly, Mohammed El-Kurd, Anand Gopal, Daniel Denvir, Hadas Thier, Steven Thrasher, Naomi Murakawa, Carlos Ramirez-Rosa, Rossana Rodriguez Sanchez, Justin Akers Chacón, Sophie Lewis, Joe Burns, Kali Akuno, Donna Murch, Ash-Lee Woodard Henderson, Ben Davis, Robyn Maynard, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, and more.

The Socialism conference is brought to you by Haymarket Books and a range of endorsing left-wing organizations and publications, including Jewish Currents. Visit to learn more and register today. Register by this Friday, July 22nd for the early bird discounted rate!

Summary of Socialism 2022 COVID-19 Policies:

All attendees of Socialism 2022 must provide proof of full vaccination, including boosters for those eligible, in order to attend, and attendees will be expected to wear masks (N95, K95, or surgical mask) while indoors at the conference. Organizers are monitoring the public health situation and will provide updates about testing expectations as we approach September.

Policies and guidelines are subject to change and will be communicated to registered attendees as soon as changes are made. Please stay tuned and visit for further information about public health precautions.

A number of sessions from the conference will also be live-streamed virtually so that those unable to attend in person can still join us.