Free the Move 9, Mumia Abu Jamal, Leonard Peltier and All Political Prisoners

Free the Move 9, Mumia Abu Jamal, Leonard Peltier and All Political Prisoners

2 Forums: San Diego and Los Angeles San Diego — Welcome freedom fighter Pam Africa and recently released MOVE women, Janine Africa and Janet Africa, to Southern California. They are going to visit San Diego ...
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Homeless in Los Angeles tops 59,000

Homeless in Los Angeles tops 59,000

The population of homeless people in Los Angeles County has exploded to 59,000 in recent years. A report by California Healthline and Kaiser Health News in April 2019 revealed that more than 3,600 homeless people ...
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Cyber Monday Baltimore Protest at BWI 2 Amazon Warehouse for Workers Rights

Cyber Monday Baltimore Protest at BWI 2 Amazon Warehouse for Workers Rights

Baltimore, Dec. 2 — It was an unbearably cold Cyber Monday night at the BWI 2 Amazon Warehouse at the 6 p.m. shift change, when the Peoples Power Assembly held an informational picket at the ...
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Friday's news links - Dec. 6, 2019

Friday’s news links – Dec. 6, 2019

Labor ‘Culture of Fear’ Grips UPS; Workers Say Injuries Underreported Bloomberg Dominica: The Next Victim? Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada Colombia Colombia protesters march in 3rd strike against president AP Swedish toxic waste poisons Chilean community ...
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Thursday's news links - Dec. 5, 2019

Thursday’s news links – Dec. 5, 2019

Cuba Our America in the Face of the Onslaught of Imperialism and the Oligarchies Declaration of the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs on December 3, 2019 France’s Nationwide Strike On December 5 Could Be The ...
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50th National Day of Mourning: ‘Capitalism is not going to save us’

50th National Day of Mourning: ‘Capitalism is not going to save us’

Plymouth, Mass., Nov. 28 — On the fourth Thursday of November, for the 50th year on the U.S. “Thanksgiving” holiday, Indigenous people and their supporters gathered on Cole’s Hill to remember the brutal reality behind ...
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‘Attacks on the Earth and Indigenous women are intertwined’

‘Attacks on the Earth and Indigenous women are intertwined’

Talk given at the 50th National Day of Mourning in Plymouth, Mass., on Nov. 28, 2019. Before we start, let’s take a moment to think about those who are no longer with us: Shirley Mills ...
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Moonanum James: ‘The Thanksgiving myth celebrates genocide’

Moonanum James: ‘The Thanksgiving myth celebrates genocide’

Talk given at the 50th National Day of Mourning in Plymouth, Mass., on Nov. 28, 2019. Once again on the fourth Thursday in November, United American Indians of New England and those who support us ...
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Wednesday's news links - Dec. 4, 2019

Wednesday’s news links – Dec. 4, 2019

Cuba found to be the most sustainably developed country in the world, new research finds Morning Star In 1969, charismatic Black Panthers leader Fred Hampton was killed in a hail of gunfire. 50 years later, ...
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Murder of Fred Hampton was domestic version of My Lai massacre

Murder of Fred Hampton was domestic version of My Lai massacre

Struggle-La Lucha is republishing this article about the global ramifications of the U.S. government’s execution of Chicago Black Panther Party leaders Fred Hampton and Mark Clark on Dec. 4, 1969. It was written 50 years ...
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