Just seven days after her release, heroic transgender activist and military whistleblower Chelsea Manning was jailed again on May 15 in Virginia for refusing to testify before a second grand jury in the WikiLeaks case. […]
“My battle is a ‘homeland or death’ battle, of gratitude to life; a battle in order to uphold dignity. Only cowards surrender and betray. When the difficulties get worse, the real revolutionaries fight to the […]
After the 2014 U.S.-backed coup in Ukraine, longtime Russian communist activist Alexey Markov organized aid for grassroots militias conducting armed resistance in the Donbass mining region, which declared independence and formed the Donetsk and Lugansk […]
Children, like the truth, are often the first casualties of war. And children are dying in the war being waged by Donald Trump and the boss class against migrants and asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico […]
Struggle-La Lucha’s John Parker appeared on the “Liberated Sisters” webcast hosted by Sister Charlene Muhammad May 28 to talk about the crisis in Venezuela and the need for solidarity against U.S. war and sanctions.
More than a hundred people demonstrated in Washington, D.C., on May 25 — African Liberation Day — to demand justice for Zimbabwe. They marched from the African American Civil War Memorial to the White House, […]
Malcolm X Library honored El Hajj Malik Shabazz on May 18, the eve of his 94th birthday. This Fourth Annual Malcolm X Day Community Celebration was organized by the Malcolm X Day Organizing Committee, chaired […]
Philadelphia: Ramona Africa Birthday Celebration of Life Saturday, June 8 – 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm 5301 Media Street, Philadelphia Join us as we celebrate the life of our dear sister Ramona Africa — the […]