Lilya Litvyak, born Lydia Vladimirovna Litvyak, 1921-1943, flying ace who shot down 9 Luftwaffe pilots, the greatest number of kills by a female fighter pilot.
International News

How the War was won

By L. Ross 75 years ago Naziism was defeated, after a six year war and immense sacrifice.  The Trump White House, ever self-congratulatory, recently tweeted: “On May 8, 1945, America and Great Britain had victory […]

Cassie with ICE Kills sign at SF ICE Dentention Center Close the Camps rally
Domestic News

Cassandra Devereaux for California State Assembly, District 14

By  Cassandra Devereaux My name is Cassandra Devereaux and I would like to announce my candidacy for the office of California State Assembly for District 14 under the Peace and Freedom Party ticket. I am […]

Jesse of Colectiva Brown Berets de la Bahia speaks at rally at San Francisco Federal Building, where Nancy Pelosi has her district office. Pelosi was in town, but didn’t come out to speak to us.
Domestic News
Detroit Demonstration on Second Anniversary of Charlottesville Racist Attacks
Domestic News

Detroit Demo commemorates Charlottesville

By Detroit FW staff On Sat. Aug. 10, 2019 at Campus Martius in downtown Detroit, a demonstration was held to commemorate the second anniversary of Charlottesville, where anti-racist activist Heather Heyer was killed by a […]

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Trumpism: the Nature of the Beast – Part 3

By Cassandra Devereaux It is no coincidence that reactionary movements never fail to denounce communism. While the Klan was marching, the Black League murdering, the American Bund tossing up Nazi salutes, communists were hard at […]

Graphic for "On the 2nd Anniversary of Charlottesville, Smash White Supremacy - Impeach Trump for Hate Crimes" national actions
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Days of Action Against White Supremacy

By Fighting Words Staff As of July 23, at least 14 organizations have joined together to mark the second anniversary of Charlottesville by calling for National Days of Action Against White Supremacy – Impeach Trump […]

Counter-protestors hold up signs in Madison, Wisconsin, on January 12.
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