San Diego Commemorates Black August 2019

San Diego Commemorates Black August 2019

The Black August Organizing Committee has sponsored a Black August program for the last three years at San Diego’s Malcolm X Library and Performing Arts Center. This year is of particular significance because this is ...
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Women’s International meets in Namibia, prepares for upcoming congress

Women’s International meets in Namibia, prepares for upcoming congress

Windhoek, Namibia August 2019 Leaving Namibia felt humbling and exciting, Namibia being a shining example of what revolutionaries can accomplish. The friendship and love shown between comrades Sam Nujoma and Fidel Castro continues in the ...
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United People’s State of the Philippines Address in Washington D.C. defies Duterte and Secret Service

United People’s State of the Philippines Address in Washington D.C. defies Duterte and Secret Service

There is a rumor that Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte “doesn’t do mornings.” This must be why he schedules all his press releases for the afternoon and keeps his staff in meetings until the wee hours ...
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Friday's news links - Aug. 16, 2019

Friday’s news links – Aug. 16, 2019

Im/migrants and refugees ICE Now Jailing 8,000 Migrants in Mississippi, Louisiana NBC A truck drove into ICE protesters outside a private prison. A guard was at the wheel. Washington Post Planned Parenthood Says Trump ‘Gag ...
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Thursday's news links - Aug. 15, 2019

Thursday’s news links – Aug. 15, 2019

Documents Show FBI Targeted Ferguson Black Activists Over White Supremacists Truthout Indigenous Movements in Colombia Declare a State of Emergency Over Assassinations Peoples Dispatch Jammu and Kashmir Why Kashmir Is Suddenly a Potential Global Point ...
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Trump, racism and capitalism

Trump, racism and capitalism

Aug. 4 — Let there be no mistake about it. Donald Trump has the blood of all the killed and wounded in the mass shootings of the past week on his hands, from Gilroy, Calif., ...
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Wednesday's news links - Aug. 14, 2019

Wednesday’s news links – Aug. 14, 2019

Thousands Jam On Mauna Kea Over Weekend Big Island Video News Venezuela Venezuela Secures New Chinese Oil Investment Venezuela Analysis The move defies the US embargo’s secondary sanction provisions targeting foreign firms trading with Venezuela ...
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Blockade Trump not Venezuela

Blockade Trump not Venezuela

Big Oil and the big banks want to starve the people of Venezuela into submission. They want to return the independent Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the days when Nelson Rockefeller—the butcher of Attica's prisoners—had ...
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Tuesday's news links - Aug. 13, 2019

Tuesday’s news links – Aug. 13, 2019

Im/migrants and refugees Trump Administration Cites Immigration Laws From 1882 in New "Public Charge" Rule Newsweek Smash white supremacy Amid mass shootings, leading historian says ‘white supremacy is baked into the US constitution’ The Canary ...
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Monday's news links - Aug. 12, 2019

Monday’s news links – Aug. 12, 2019

Labor Chicago Teachers Are Threatening To Strike Against New Mayor Lori Lightfoot. Here’s Why. In These Times Under Trump, discrimination complaints and firing of disabled federal workers rise NBC In 2017, the government fired 2,626 ...
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