Why Peace and Disarmament Are at the Heart of Nonalignment

by Kate Hudson, Produced by Globetrotter, June 13, 2022 As our world spirals toward the catastrophe of nuclear war, there has never been a greater need for a new global balancing, a rejection of great power war, exploitation, and aggression. Now more than ever, we need to reject the brutal unipolar agenda of the United States, the dividing up of[…]

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The Long Hand of Slave Breeding, Redux

by JoAnn Wypijewski, published on Counterpunch, June 6, 2022 A stunning discussion of women’s rights and the freeing of slaves as these topics relate to today’s anti-abortion campaign.   #MeToo is a disturbing phenomenon which at times frees women to speak the unspeakable openly, but leaves the power of whose voice is heard and what will be done about it, who[…]

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Response to Buffalo Massacre: Smash White Supremacy

by Nigel Bouvart, published on Workers World, May 16, 2022 On the state response to the Buffalo massacre.    [jb] On the evening of May 14, a fascist carrying a rifle entered a supermarket in the predominantly Black neighborhood of Masten Park on Buffalo’s East Side and opened fire. While most official statements have more or less vaguely alluded to “racial[…]

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A Case for Unfreezing Afghanistan’s Assets

by Kate Alexander, published on Inkstick Media, April 30, 2022 It seems unlikely that the US government is going to amend it’s policies on behalf of Afghan women or Afghan people.   If the awareness that Afghan children are starving has not moved them then concerns about a woman’s ability manage her assets to free herself from oppression seems unlikely to[…]

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Marginalized Students Pay the Price of Military Recruitment Efforts

by Roberto Camacho, published on  Prism, April 18, 2022 With pandemic restrictions easing, military recruiters are returning to high school campuses while anti-recruitment efforts struggle This is a good reminder that recruitment among young people is becoming increasingly aggressive.  counter-recruitment is not only increasingly necessary but increasingly challenging.   Here in upstate NY we used to be able to get into[…]

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A Statement On Ukraine From the Black Liberation Movement

Black liberation movement organizations issued a joint statement opposing US/NATO actions in Ukraine. Dismantle NATO Now! Rescind the $16B US Allocations to the Ukraine War! US Imperialism is the Main Danger to Peace, Sovereignty, and Justice for Peoples all Over The World! The ongoing crisis and war in Ukraine threatens to pull the world into a disastrous nuclear confrontation. Disinformation, lies,[…]

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The OAS or the “Ministry of Colonies”

by Jemima Pierre, published on Black Agenda Report, April 27, 2022 In the wake of the expulsion of the Organization of the American States from Nicaragua, we need to revisit one of its major crime scenes: Haiti. On April 24, 2022, Nicaragua’s Sandinista government officially booted the Organization of American States (OAS) out of their country. Foreign minister Denis Moncada[…]

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On the Streets in Mariupol with Civilian Interviews

by Patrick Lancaster, published on his Youtube Channel I really have been debating whether to feature Patrick Lancaster’s videos for some time.  It is disturbing to see the images from the war zone in Mariupol, but you won’t find first hand information like this in many places.   I am posting his video where he interviews people living in a Soviet[…]

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