We the workers of the United Sates, a country of immigrants, must fight to keep the gates open for our sisters and brothers.
Archive: November | December 2018
Natural, unnatural, and man-made disasters is being used to paralyze, disarm, displace, and uproot working-class people for private profit.
The 2018 election campaign made what is good in America better and what’s bad in America worse. We have to build on the unity that was forged.
Follow the example of the protesting women and move from this moment of resistance to a political movement for safety, economic security, and justice.
The people of Chicago have shown their readiness to democratically transform a police accountability system that will not reform itself.
The lawsuit states the CPD’s discretion regarding the database is unconstitutional for targeting individuals due to their race and their neighborhoods.
The local, state, national power elite is using death and destruction to advance its agenda.
The flood caused devastation to those who are the most vulnerable in our society, the elderly, disabled and the many families.
We are a country of immigrants. We are human beings who need to unite to defend our right to live. We must prepare for future fights.
Grannies Respond is a grassroots organization which seeks to end the inhumane treatment of refugees entering the United States, seeking asylum.
At the Northwest Detention Center, detainees continue organizing and resisting, despite threats and retaliation every time they start a hunger strike.
We see your hard work, and will never truly understand the things you have been through. But we see it, and we love you.
May God bless the vulnerable, the disabled, the elderly, the children. May government officials elected by the people provide for peoples’ needs.
José Jiménez describes the struggles of the Young Lords in the 1970s and how what they learned then is still timely today for young revolutionaries.