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Chicago Rally Demands Drop the Charges on The Tampa 5 and Free All Political Prisoners

by Liz Rathburn, published Fightback News!, July 1, 2023 Chicago IL – On Saturday, July 1, more than 70 students and activists gathered in downtown Chicago. They joined the nationwide campaign by Students for a Democratic Society and the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression demanding that the charges on the Tampa 5 be dropped. The Tampa 5 are[…]

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Chinese-American Worker and Activist Arrested for Advocating for Peace Between US and China

by Natalia Marques, published on People’s Dispatch, June 22, 2023 Labor leaders and organizers are banding together to demand justice for Chinese-American unionized worker and activist Li Tang “Henry” Liang. Liang was indicted and then arrested in early May in Boston in retaliation for exercising his free speech rights. “The federal government has targeted Liang for advocating peaceful relations between[…]

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Durham Report Reveals the Real Threat to “Democracy” – The FBI Weaponized by Democrat Party Affiliated Elites

by Ajamu Baraka, published on Black Agenda Report, May 17, 2023 Donald Trump calls Russiagate a “hoax” but it is in fact much worse. The manufactured scandal was part of successful efforts to intimidate, to censor, and to discredit opposition to state narratives. Russiagate is used to make the case for the proxy war in Ukraine. Here in the US it plays[…]

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Food Cuts Show Women Bear Brunt of Deepening Economic Crisis

 by Monica Moorehead, published on Workers World, March 16, 2023 No matter how large or small, no class struggle can be put into its social context without understanding the current global capitalist economic crisis. Neoliberal policies flow from long-term and short-term fluctuations within the capitalist system, which no ruling class can ultimately control. There used to be periods of ebbs[…]

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Denial of Mumia’s Appeal: An Affront to Basic Justice and the Law

by Betsy Piette, published on Workers World, April 3, 2023 Philadelphia Mumia Abu-Jamal, his family and his supporters around the world had every reason and right to hope that all their hard work would pay off in persuading Judge Lucretia Clemons from the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas to follow and apply the law, as has been done in[…]

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Trump Derangement Syndrome Returns

by Margaret Kimberley, published on Black Agenda Report, April 5, 2023 If democrats were smart, Donald Trump would be a disgraced former president, forgotten by all but his most ardent admirers. But they aren’t smart and they may have given him a political resurrection. Donald Trump is back in the news. He is facing a 34-count indictment for paying people[…]

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Protest at the White House, March 18, Against US Proxy War In Ukraine

by John V. Walsh, published on Counterpunch, March 15, 2023 This protest did occur with about 2,500 people in attendance.  We rallied across the street from the White House in Lafayette Park, with numerous speakers, then marched through the streets of DC to the Washington Post offices, an then to a church where there was an indoor rally, or “teach-in”[…]

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On the 20th Anniversary of Invasion of Iraq It Must be Clear

The U.S. Is the Greatest Threat to World Peace and Collective Humanity by Ajamu Baraka, published on Black Agenda Report, March 15, 2023 History teaches that the greatest threat to peace today is the United States. No other nation creates dangers as great as those emanating from the U.S. commitment to the doctrine of Full Spectrum Dominance. As anti-imperialist and Anti-war activists[…]

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Protesters Charged With Terrorism in Atlanta

News by People’s Dispatch, March 18, 2023 At least 23 protesters have been charged with domestic terrorism amid a week of action against the construction of “Cop City” in Atlanta, a proposed $90 million police training complex. Atlanta police detained 35 people and arrested 23 on the night of March 5, they claim, for vandalism against the Cop City construction[…]

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U.S. Systemic Racism: From Slavery to George Floyd and Tyre Nichols

by Malik Miah, published on Socialist Action, March 9, 2023 Tyre Nichols, 29, was murdered by police in yet another modern-day lynching in Memphis, Tennessee on January 7. The city is nearly 70 percent African American, including a Black female police chief. What was unexpected and a surprise to many is that the five police officers were all African American.[…]

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