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Tribuno Del Pueblo July August 2019 cover

July | August 2019

Volume 46, Number 3

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‘We cannot lose our humanity’

Sister Norma Pimentel
Sister Norma Pimentel  |  Issue: July | August 2019

It’s important that people see the truth, what we see here at the border. We don’t see criminals. We see families, who are in desperate need of help.

‘You pay me, or you die with your daughter!’

Interview by Tribuno Del Pueblo |  Issue: July | August 2019

‘You pay me, or you die with your daughter!’ ‘No choice but to leave’: Why a mother and her baby fled Guatemala all alone.

Not from here, nor from there

El Machete Illustrated
Gloria Meneses-Sandoval  |  Issue: July | August 2019

The hype about terror, drugs, national security is catering to the U.S.-born and uninformed persons. It is a blatant disregard of fairness and human life.

The right to housing vs. profit

meeting about housing
Andy Willis  |  Issue: July | August 2019

Overtaxed homeowners, threatened renters and the homeless unite in common cause. Housing is a human right that all deserve, and it must come first.

The unimaginable journey to the southern border

migrants at the border
Alejandro Rosel Arreola González Corral – High School teacher  |  Issue: July | August 2019

They flock their way, to get to the promised land. They come seeking economic opportunities only to face disdain, hatred and, in many cases, death.

Nativo López: A Warrior of the people

Nativo López
Francisco Duarte  |  Issue: July | August 2019

Nativo López, an excellent speaker, was not intimidated by anyone. His greatest virtue was his passion to achieve goals for the benefit of the people.

‘Do not mourn, organize!’

Fatima Garcia, SEIU-United - Service Workers West |  Issue: July | August 2019

Nativo López was intelligent. He taught me the importance of reading and writing and learning. He had ideas and he struggled to make them come true.

A fearful dilemma

Dave Ransom |  Issue: July | August 2019

Automation and robots will change the face of manufacturing. We will have to wrest control from the capitalist class and manage the transition ourselves.

Lionizing Workers, robotizing vineyard

worker harvesting grapes
Dave Ransom  |  Issue: July | August 2019

Vineyard workers will be automated out of their jobs in the near future. Pruning, leafing, thinning, and picking will be done by machine.

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