Venezuela and the Imperialist Confrontation in Latin America

The Imperialist Confrontation in Latin America What Are Our Tasks and Perspectives to Defend Venezuela? By Alison Bodine & Ali Yerevani Today, 200 years later, we can say it: After having lost that independence that cost so much, Venezuela, in these last ten years…has recovered its independence…and this recovered independence is a door that we should keep open so that[…]

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US Coup Suffers Defeat In Venezuela, Protests Grow Against US Intervention

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, published on Popular Resistance, February 24, 2019 February 23 may end up being a decisive day in the attempted US-led coup of Venezuela. US puppet, fake president, Juan Guaido, promised so-called humanitarian aid would break through the borders of Venezuela and be brought in. Guaido failed to deliver on that promise because he is[…]

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Emergency Appeal for Odessa

by Phil Wilayto of the Odessa Solidarity Campaign As we approach May 2, the fourth anniversary of the massacre of scores of progressive activists by a fascist-led mob in Odessa, Ukraine, neo-Nazi forces are again mobilizing for violence. They are calling for a march to Kulikovo Square, the scene of the massacre, where families of those who were murdered on[…]

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Multipolar World Against War!

A call to action from one of our European Allies. by Heinrich Buecker of Coop Anti-War Cafe Berlin. April 6, 2018 A Call for International Solidarity with Russia, China, Venezuela, Cuba, Syria, Iran, Bolivia, Palestine and all nations that stand for Peace and Diplomacy. The West‘s aggressive propaganda campaign against Russia (and its other perceived enemies) has reached dangerously hysterical proportions.[…]

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Looking Down That Deep Hole (Part 2)

This week we take a longer look down the deep hole that is the most popular flavor of intersectionality. Looking Down That Deep Hole: Parisitic Intersectionality and Afro-Pessimism By Bruce Dixon, originally published on Black Agenda Report,  Feb 1, 2018 When I took a swipe at intersectionality last week, declaring that it was a hole, that afro-pessimism was a shovel[…]

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Intersectionality is a Hole (Part 1)

Time to begin critically unpacking intersectionality and its nappy headed stepchild afro-pessimism Intersectionality is a Hole. Afro-Pessimism is a Shovel. We need to Stop Digging. (Part 1) By Bruce Dixon, originally published on Black Agenda Report,  Jan 25, 2018 The US left has a fundamental problem, perhaps the root of most of its other problems. That fundamental problem is that[…]

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POWIR In Solidarity with Ahed Tamimi

“My daughter is just 16 years old. In another world, in your world, her life would look completely different. In our world, Ahed is a representative of a new generation of our people, of young freedom fighters. This generation has to wage its struggle on two fronts. On the one hand, they have the duty, of course, to keep on[…]

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Commonality of Oppression, Solidarity in Struggle, Liberation for a Better World: Freedom

Khury Petersen-Smith explores the commonalities of the struggle of Black Americans with that of the Palestinian people. This is a wonderful talk on an important subject.   I recorded the event on my iPhone which, unfortunately, was low on minutes.   Not wishing to have the entire 2 hours in a single recording, (and being low on minutes) I rather awkwardly broke[…]

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