September 25, 2020
In the U.S.

A Marxist view of the U.S. Supreme Court

In late June, the U.S. Supreme Court released a wave of decisions, as it does every year at the end of its session. Among them was a ruling giving the responsibility for decisions on partisan […]

Elections

Don’t blame Russia for Trump

Russia didn’t put Donald Trump in the White House. Large sections of the U.S. billionaire class did, with help from the FBI.  Yet most of the corporate media convicted the Russian Federation of the crime. […]

Capitalist crisis

NYC postal workers rally

Postal workers and their supporters demonstrated across the country on Aug. 25. They were protesting the attacks on the postal service by President Trump and Postmaster General DeJoy. In New York City, a protest rally […]

Capitalist crisis

“Billionaire landlords have to go!”

Aug. 20 ― Over five hundred people came to New York City’s public research library on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue this afternoon. They were determined to stop the wave of evictions that is coming. New York […]

Capitalist crisis

Wrecking the post office and the election

From Harlem to Seattle, mail boxes are being removed by orders of Trump’s handpicked postmaster general, Louis DeJoy. Trump is sabotaging the post office in an attempt to steal the 2020 presidential election.  The mail […]

Capitalist crisis

Election by coup?

With President Donald Trump ruling mainly by decree, there were many who thought his recent tweet about delaying the election meant that he intends to decree himself president for another four years. The purpose of […]

Political Prisoners

Tribute to the Attica Uprising

Video of Attica Uprising tribute If you missed the incredible program marking the anniversary of the Attica prison uprising, you have a chance to watch it on video. Featuring never seen coverage of Tom Soto, […]

Labor and strikes

Meatpackers and Trump lie, workers die

Saul Sanchez didn’t have to die from the coronavirus. The 78-year-old worker at the JBS meatpacking plant in Greeley, Colo., died on April 7. His fellow workers, his six children and 12 grandchildren mourn him. […]

In the U.S.

Rally for housing justice in Baltimore

On Sept. 14, activists with the Peoples Power Assembly and delegates of the Baltimore public housing Resident Advisory Board marched and rallied for housing justice. The demonstrators demanded increased funding for public housing and an […]

Black August: 1619-2019

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