New York City: Save the Fulton Houses! Hands off public housing!

New York City: Save the Fulton Houses! Hands off public housing!

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to demolish two of the buildings in the Fulton Houses in the ...
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The rich need us. We don't need them.

The rich need us. We don’t need them.

Mark Hanna was a high school classmate of the world's first billionaire, John D. Rockefeller, and became a pretty big ...
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What can stop the racist massacres?

What can stop the racist massacres?

Millions of people have been horrified by the racist massacres in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio. The El Paso ...
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The Second Amendment isn't for everybody

The Second Amendment isn’t for everybody

There was no Second Amendment right to bear arms for Philando Castile. In 2016, the Black school cafeteria worker and ...
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El Paso, white supremacist terror and fascism

El Paso, white supremacist terror and fascism

We should remind ourselves that white supremacist terror is not new to U.S. soil. Historically, it has been intertwined with ...
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Black Mississippians respond to the ICE raids conducted in Mississippi on August 7, 2019

Black Mississippians respond to the ICE raids conducted in Mississippi on August 7, 2019

We, as descendants of enslaved African people, stand here today in solidarity, in determination, and in righteous outrage at the ...
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The anti-people U.S. budget

The anti-people U.S. budget

The U.S. government will spend over $4.7 trillion in the coming year. The federal budget is larger than the entire ...
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Klansmen in the White House

Klansmen in the White House

California Gov. Ronald Reagan was angry that the most populous country in the world―the People's Republic of China―had finally taken ...
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How they made Baltimore poor

How they made Baltimore poor

Trump's repeated attacks against Baltimore and Maryland congressperson Elijah Cummings have the smell of fascism. Describing the Black-majority city of ...
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A Marxist view of the U.S. Supreme Court

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 ...
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