Stop the Wars at Home and Abroad!

May 2, 2022: An Appeal for International Solidarity with the People of Odessa!

May 2, 2022: An Appeal for International Solidarity with the People of Odessa! NO to Fascism! NO to NATO! YES to a Multipolar World based on Cooperation, not Confrontation! Now more than ever, in light of the escalating military and political confrontation between Western powers and the Russian Federation and its allies, we must remember what has led to the[…]

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Many Africans Reject Washington’s Position on Ukraine Crisis

by Abyome Azikiwe, published on Black Agenda Report, March 15, 2022 Many African nations refrain from condemning Russia’s role in the Ukraine crisis. They are taking a more independent stance because of their histories of imperialist control and ties with the USSR and the Russian Federation. Half of the Countries Abstaining from the United Nations General Assembly Resolution Condemning Moscow Were African Union Member[…]

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‘The Mouse Kills the Cat’: Augusto Cesar Sandino’s Rebellion Against the United States

by Dan Kovalik, published on MLToday, March 14, 2022 How Sandino fought for Nicaragua’s independence, lost and remained a hero for its people. Before Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, before Ho Chi Minh and before Mao began his Long March, there was Augusto Cesar Sandino. While Sandino is not a household name in much of the world, as these others[…]

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Russia-Ukraine War Began in 2014, not 2022

by Vijay Prashad, OpEd to Big News Network, published March 9, 2022 The war between Russia and Ukraine began much before February 24, 2022-the date provided by the Ukrainian government, NATO, and the United States for the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. According to Dmitry Kovalevich, a journalist and a member of a now-banned communist organization in Ukraine,[…]

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No to NATO

by Cassia Laham, published on Fightback News, March 1, 2022 Miami, FL – Events are unfolding quickly surrounding Ukraine. It is therefore imperative that the anti-war movement in the United States mobilize for peace and against any further possible escalation by the United States. This means demanding: no war with Russia, no to NATO expansion, and no to sanctions. It is[…]

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Landback: Indigenous Peoples Regain Redwoods Forest Lands

by Minnie Bruce Pratt, published on Workers World, February 9, 2022 Indigenous peoples regain redwoods forest lands on unceded land of the Onondaga Nation, Haudenosaunee Confederacy. The growing LandBack movement by Indigenous nations won another significant victory Feb. 1, when more than 500 acres of the “Lost Coast” in California was transferred to the InterTribal Sinkyone Wilderness Council. (sinkyone.org) The[…]

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U.S Delegation to Nicaragua Demands ‘End U.S. Sanctions!

by Arjae Red, published on Workers World, January 19, 2022 Managua, Nicaragua:  Members of anti-imperialist organizations from around the U.S. traveled to Nicaragua during the week of Jan. 10 to observe the inauguration of President Daniel Ortega and Vice President Rosario Murillo of the party of the Sandinista National Liberation Front (Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional, FSLN). Ortega and Murillo’s[…]

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Clyde Bellecourt: the Thunder Before the Storm

by Stephanie Tromblay, published on Workers World, January 18, 2021 Hundreds gathered to honor the life of Clyde Bellecourt, White Earth Ojibwe, in Minneapolis, Jan. 13. Bellecourt, 85, was the last living founding member of the American Indian Movement and a lifelong civil-rights activist known worldwide. (Star Tribune, Jan. 13) Bellecourt, whose Ojibwe name is Neegawnwaywidung, (the Thunder Before the[…]

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On Recent Legislation to Stifle Protest and What to Do

Chicago Antiwar Coalition (CWAC) Statement, December 9, 2021 The U.S. ruling class has always moved to stifle protest against its anti-people actions. These days it is renewing that effort in the wake of 20 million people coming out against the police murder of George Floyd, large scale opposition to government tolerated and encouraged spoiling of the environment; lack of serious[…]

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