While the clean-up from Hurricane Dorian’s devastation is still underway in the Bahamas, world leaders are set to meet in New York during the last week of September to discuss plans for meeting climate goals. Fed up with their inability to solve the world’s climate crisis, students and workers across the globe are hitting back… Continue reading Students and workers strike for climate action
Marx21 member Iannis Delatolas sits down with Petros Constantinou to talk about the work of KEERFA (Movement United Against Racism and the Fascist Threat) in Greece. They discuss the importance of building a united front in the face of anti-immigrant racism and fascism in Greece.
The far right were outnumbered and had to leave under police protection after their much planned rally in Portland, Oregon on Saturday August 17. But they are still using the event to publicize themselves and demonize anyone who stands up to them. They are getting help in that all the way from President Trump down… Continue reading Portland Says No to Nazis
Below is a translated excerpt from David Karvala’s Spanish-language book El Antifascismo del 99%. The chapter explores the origins of “antifa” (an abbreviation of the German name "Antifaschistische Aktion"), which was an organization of the German Communist Party in the 1930s. The piece presents a left critique of the movement’s strategic limitations and offers crucial… Continue reading “Antifa” • The origins of classic antifascism and its red flag
The Puerto Rican Center for Investigative Journalism (CPIPR) reported 500,000 demonstrators on the streets July 22 in a country of about 3 million. Photo by Alonso Sambolín “No nos vamos a cansar, te vamos a sacar” (We will not tire, we will remove you) shouted demonstrators in Puerto Rico. And they were right. The detested… Continue reading Puerto Ricans show us how to win. Strikes and protests force out Roselló
Huelgas y protestas expulsan a Roselló Voces de la huelga general en Puerto Rico “No nos vamos a cansar, te vamos a sacar” gritaban los manifestantes en Puerto Rico. Y tenían razón. El odiado gobernador Ricardo Rosselló anunció que renunciará a partir del 2 de agosto. Aún está por ver si eso satisfará las demandas… Continue reading Puerto Rico nos muestra cómo ganar
(Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) En el momento de escribir este artículo, la gente de Puerto Rico lleva siete días seguidos protestando en las calles de San Juan, y en números cada vez mayores. La furia desatada por los escándalos de la corrupción y los manejos del gobernador Ricardo Rosselló no muestra signos de disminuir.… Continue reading Puerto Rico se rebela contra la corrupción y la austeridad.
As of this writing, the people of Puerto Rico have been protesting for seven days straight on the streets of San Juan, and in ever growing numbers. The fury unleashed by the scandals exposing the corruption and political intrigue of the governor Ricardo Rosselló shows no signs of abating. Adding to that, was the total… Continue reading Puerto Rico revolts against corruption and austerity
U.S. Concentration Camps at the Border Rio Grande Valley Border Patrol detention camps The conditions at the United States immigration detention facilities are appalling. Seven children have died in the past year while in U.S. immigration custody or shortly after being released. Lice are rampant, the stench unbearable, and children have not had the opportunity… Continue reading Shut down the detention centers! Open the borders!
Reclaim Pride Coalition has been focused on returning Pride March Sunday to its roots in People Power: the ability of people in marginalized, disadvantaged, and oppressed communities to collectively demand and create societal change. Over the 49 years since the first Christopher Street Liberation Day march from Sheridan Square to The Sheep’s Meadow in Central… Continue reading An end to corporate control of our Pride