Oakland County in metropolitan Detroit where COVID-19 cases are speading
Domestic News

Coronavirus: Detroit Impacted Severely by Pandemic

By Abayomi Azikiwe On March 12, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer declared a state of emergency in Michigan ordering public buildings and educational institutions closed for three weeks. By Monday, March 16, restaurants were closed for […]

Detroit demonstration against water shutoff on July 18, 2014
Domestic News

Moratorium on Water Shut-offs in Detroit Long Overdue

By Abayomi Azikiwe Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced a halt to the ongoing water shut-offs in the state of Michigan in the midst of a global healthcare crisis spawned by the COVID-19 pandemic. In Detroit […]

money drain
Domestic News

Coronavirus: Feed the people, starve the Pentagon!

By Chris Fry As millions of workers and poor are desperately facing a catastrophic loss of income from the Coronavirus pandemic that is sweeping the country and the world, now is the time to examine […]

Call'em out protest 02-28-2020
Domestic News

Demand an Immediate Moratorium on Foreclosures and Evictions!

These photos were taken at a protest organized by Call’Em Out demanding a refund on illegally assessed property taxes paid by Detroit residents over the past 10 years in an amount exceeding $600 million dollars. […]

Detroit demolition by private contractors created environmental problems with debris left on sites
Domestic News

Detroit Demolition Bond Proposal Defeated Amid Mass Discontent

By Abayomi Azikiwe On November 19, the Detroit City Council voted down a bond proposal advanced by corporate-imposed Mayor Mike Duggan ostensibly designed to eliminate blighted residential properties in this overwhelmingly impoverished African American municipality. […]

Chile demonstrations involve over one million people
International News

Chile Demonstrations Continue Despite Declaration of a State of Emergency

By Abayomi Azikiwe A general strike and mass rebellion has erupted in Chile where the administration of President Sebastian Pinera has failed to quell the widespread discontent among the workers and youth. The president announced […]

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Ecuadoran General Strike Wins Concession on Fuel Subsidies

By Abayomi Azikiwe After days of mass demonstrations and work stoppages, the Ecuadorian people have illustrated their revolutionary tradition in the ongoing battle against the imposition of austerity. Beginning on October 3, people responded angrily […]

International News

Recent unrest reveals continuing revolutionary spirit in Haiti

By Abayomi Azikiwe During the month of February, hundreds of thousands of Haitians took to the streets to demonstrate in response to the horrific economic crisis sweeping the Caribbean nation. For 10 straight days, workplaces, […]

demo in Puerto Rico
Domestic News
International News

Crises of governance escalates in the capitalist states

By Abayomi Azikiwe France has once again been the scene of the gilet jaunes (yellow vests) demonstrations against the worsening social conditions of workers under the neoliberal policies of La Republique en Marche government of […]