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Archive: November | December 2011

The 99% Are Part of a Global Movement Against Capital

The 99% Are Part of a Global Movement Against Capitalphoto
by Tribuno Del Pueblo  |  Issue: November / December 2011

The Occupy Wall Street protests began with a few hundred Americans standing up in New York City to let the 1% know that the American people weren’t going to take it anymore. “Business as usual” i.e. robbing the people — of their livelihood was over. This historic day was September 17, 2011. Who is the […]

The Economic Crisis: More than Greed or Corruption

The Economic Crisis: More than Greed or Corruption photo
EDITORIAL  |  Issue: November / December 2011

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all […]

All people in the U.S. must resist E-verify

All people in the U.S. must resist E-verify photo
by Robin Yeaman  |  Issue: November / December 2011

The newly created E-Verify program forces employers not only to help the US government track undocumented workers but to track all workers and report them to the government — US citizens, people of every nationality. The E-Verify program — so far voluntary — encourages employers to use an Internet connection to the US government immediately […]

Why all the world is in the streets

Why all the world is in the streets photo
by Dave Ransom  |  Issue: November / December 2011

The revolution in technology is pushing the world’s workers out of production In the immense corn and wheat fields of the American Midwest, unmanned tractors are seeding and harvesting crops. In California’s Silicon Valley, high-tech new industries are producing world-changing new products with only a handful of workers. Even in China and India, the world’s […]

Take over the corporations!

Take over the corporations! photo
by Tribuno Del Pueblo  |  Issue: November / December 2011

The question is simple: Are we going to live under corporate domination, or will we have a free and prosperous society of, by and for the people? The corporations are destroying society in their scramble to grab everything they can to stay alive and profit. We either take them over and run them in the […]

Latin Americans show global solidarity

by Tribuno Del Pueblo |  Issue:

The “Occupy Wall Street” protests across the United States show that North Americans are finally standing up against the big banks and their bought-and-paid-for politicians. And the protests have gone global. On October 15, sympathy demonstrations erupted in more than 900 cities around the world. Noted the Mexican newspaper, La Jornada, globalized finance has succeeded […]

Guest Worker Program: Modern Day Slavery

by Margarito Díaz |  Issue:

New proposed laws raise the threat level to immigrant workers. Rep. Lamar Smith, Republican from Texas, has introduced bills that would change the situation from bad to worse. In mid- September the U.S. House Judiciary Committee on a 22 to 13 vote, passed the “Legal Workforce Act” or the H.R. 2885. This bill was first […]

Rosalinda Guillen: Farm Workers Justice and the Food Sovereignty Movement

by Laura Garcia |  Issue:

Rosalinda Guillen is a widely recognized farm worker and rural justice leader in the state of Washington. The oldest of eight, she was born in Texas and spent her first decade in Coahuila, Mexico. Her family emigrated to LaConner, Washington in 1960, and she began working as a farm worker in the fields in Skagit […]

Immigration struggles – a critical front in the movement for equality and justice

Jerome Scott & Walda Katz-Fishman |  Issue:

The immigration struggle moved into high gear last year with the passage of Arizona law SB 1070 and the threat of copycat laws across the nation, especially in the South, along with the failure of the US government to pass immigration reform and the Dream Act. SB 1070 swelled the wave of criminalization of immigrant […]