Community protest the murder of Ronell Foster by
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Whom do police serve, and what do they protect?

By Cassandra Devereaux A 2014 Washington Post piece has been making the rounds on the internet of late. It bears a title you might hear in a bad Hollywood film from a bloviating villain: “I’m […]

Supporters of Literacy Lawsuit v State of Michigan 10-24-2019
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CTU on strike
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Chicago teachers strike to improve education system

By Jerry Goldberg The Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) is leading the way in the fight for a decent quality education in major cities. In addition to demands for a fair wage increase beyond the 3.2% […]

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Workers vote on UAW contract with GM

By Thomas Michalak For over a month United Auto Workers (UAW) members employed by General Motors have been on a countrywide strike after a breakdown at the negotiation table between the union and the company. […]

Protestors demanding that GM pay state and federal taxes
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Make G.M. Pay Taxes – Support the UAW Strike

By FW Detroit Staff With the UAW strike against General Motors in its 30th day, community activists gathered on October 15 at the State of Michigan Building to show their support. The target of this […]

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Trump and Erdogan
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Philly Trans March, Saturday, October 12, 2019
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When trans women die

  By Mumia Abu-Jamal (with permission) In recent weeks, we have seen naked violence unleashed against trans women directed against them by the state in the form of police beatings and by rightist forces in […]

A sign demanding PG&E to turn the power back on.
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PG&E’s shutoff: at the intersection of electric and ruling class power

By Cassandra Devereaux On Tuesday, October 9 Pacific Gas & Electric, the publicly traded monopoly that supplies most of Northern California’s power needs, announced that they would be shutting off power for much of their […]

A contingent from UNITE HERE union joins the picket line outside the General Motors Tech Center in Warren
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Demand for a Short Work Week – 30 hours work for 40 hours pay

By Jerry Goldberg UAW Vice President and chief negotiator Terry Dittes, has correctly articulated that the critical issue in the current UAW/General Motors strike, in addition to ending the wage disparities among the members, is […]