- builds internal parity for marginalized, oppressed, and exploited peoples
- recognizes labor in science and works to organize the science workforce
- resists the use of science for exploitation, oppression, profiteering, imperialism, war, and environmental destruction
- seeks radical solutions for problems of energy, environment, agriculture, public health, and workplace safety
- opposes sexism, racism, homophobia, cisgenderism, ageism, and ableism in science and society
Some of the issues we face today have changed in important ways, but fundamental questions of power, ideology, and democracy in science remain. Since 2015, SftP veterans have collaborated with a new generation of SftP members to explore the history of radical science and to rebuild the publication and movement for today. We are rebuilding Science for the People to organize scientists, activists, students, and scholars to face these issues head-on in research institutions, universities, and communities. We are creating a new Science for the People publication to promote analysis from radical and progressive scientists, to cover the issues facing science and society, and to help build out our movement from the bottom up. With your support, we can grow a scientist-activist network and publish the analysis of the thinkers and leaders in our movement.