An editorial from Socialist Worker unpacks the concept of solidarity. It’s more than just a strategy for accruing power. It also transforms those who practice it.
THE CONCEPT of solidarity is based on the idea that people can unite across their differences not just because they are good people (or “allies”), but because they have a common interest in not allowing themselves to be divided and conquered. As the old Industrial Workers of the World slogan puts it: “An injury to one is an injury to all.”
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