• Havana, Cuba, on May Day. Scarcely one month apart, the U.S. and Cuba each released a review of human rights. On April 20, the U.S. State Department released its “Country . . .
  • Gail Walker; Rev. Joel Ortega Dopico; Mike Shane, Moratorium NOW; Tyler Vosgerchian; Rev. JoAnn Watson and Cheryl LaBash with Detroit City Council Testimonial Resolution . . .
  • Workers picket AT&T headquarters in Detroit, May 19. May 21 — The Communications Workers executive board authorized a strike on May 11 of 14,000 workers covered by . . .
  • Colorado teachers rally at the Capitol in Denver, April 27. Historic strike victory for Colorado teachers A momentous, 900-strong teachers’ strike in an already historic . . .
  • Garment workers in Haiti, whose minimum wage is only $2.50 a day. Inflation is a cruel blow in Haiti, where the per capita income is $350 a year ($409 in urban areas), and . . .
  • Boston held its annual Haitian Unity Day Parade on May 20, celebrating the victory of the 1804 Haitian Revolution. This great uprising against settler-colonial chattel . . .
  • Gross insults and threats of deportation have inflamed the Haitian community. Washington, D.C. — Haitians and their supporters rallied in front of the White House on May . . .
  • The U.S. opioid epidemic doesn’t just take over lives. It takes over neighborhoods, as the Kensington section of Philadelphia can attest. The area has become a magnet for . . .
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