Social reproduction theory has had a major revival in recent years among Marxist feminists. Briefly this is the view that expands on Marx’s observation that labor is the one commodity that capital cannot produce. SRT looks at the range of practices, from actual physical reproduction of new generations to the institutions such as schools and hospitals, that ensure the reproduction of capitalism as a system. SRT theorists point to the recent explosion of teacher strikes and other forms of activism to argue that crucial forms of resistance are emerging in these locations outside the formal workplace. This panel will explore these issues, including organizing to oppose the most recent legislative attacks on the right to abortion.