Maria Stewart
Domestic News

Further reflections on women’s suffrage and African emancipation

By Abayomi Azikiwe A cursory re-examination of the early years of what became known as the women’s suffrage movement and abolitionism represented the embryonic phases of self-organization and mass struggle politics within United States society. […]

Lt Christopher Hasson of the US Coast Guard with weapons.
Domestic News

The Coast Guard Nazi: A symptom of the system

By Cassandra Devereaux A man in Kentucky shoots two Black customers in a grocery store parking lot after he is unable to enter a historically Black church to carry out a planned massacre. Another in […]

Five officers of the Women’s League, Newport, RI
Domestic News

Women’s Suffrage and African Emancipation During the 19th Century

By Abayomi Azikiwe Since the mid-19th century there has been a periodic interrelationship between the movements for African emancipation and women’s liberation. Of course, these convergences have not been without serious contradictions, particularly in light […]

Ambassador Anayansi Rodríguez with Gail Walker of IFCO/Pastors for Peace
International News

Ambassador Anayansi Rodríguez on the 60th Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution

A multinational crowd of 200 people packed The People’s Forum in New York City on Feb. 8 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution. Those present included former political prisoners and longtime veterans […]

Congresswoman Ilhan Omar and war criminal Elliot Abrams
Domestic News

Ilhan Omar exposes Elliott Abrams as a criminal

By Chris Fry “In 1991, you pleaded guilty to two counts of withholding information to Congress regarding your involvement [in] the Iran-Contra affair, for which you were later pardoned by George H.W. Bush. I fail […]

Africans thrown overboard for insurance money
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Mercy Corps
International News

NGOs and “humanitarian aid”

By J. Kassem The Trump administration ratcheted up the aid sent to the Venezuela, deploying U.S. military aircraft to deliver over 250 tons of aid at the request of Juan Guaidó, backed by the U.S. […]

Border wall protest at the border
Domestic News

No wall, no ban, no state of emergency

By Communist Workers League The only crisis at the border is the one Trump and the ruling class are creating. Thousands of refugee and immigrant children have been held in camps at the border, and […]

International News

Venezuela has the right to exist without imperialist intervention

By Katya Derevo On January 10, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro was sworn in for a second six-year term after winning the election last May with the support of nearly 68 percent of Venezuela’s voters. Just […]

Ilhan Omar
Domestic News

Defense of Ilhan Omar: Anti-zionism is not anti-semitism

By Jerry Goldberg As an activist from a Jewish background, I completely defend Ilhan Omar’s remarks pointing to the role of AIPAC, the Zionist lobby in Washington, of paying politicians (both Republicans and Democrats) to […]