Venezuela’s mega-elections: Despite U.S. sanctions, COVID and economic crisis, Chavismo wins majority of states

By William Camacaro and Frederick Mills Caracas, Venezuela This slightly edited article first appeared on the Council on Hemispheric Affairs…

November 30, 2021

Massive protests in Niger, Burkina Faso demand French military get out

Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger are former French colonies, where the struggle against France’s presence in the Sahel region of…

November 30, 2021

Fight to end racism forever–Editorial

Some people have proclaimed “The system works!” about two recent court decisions against crimes by white supremacists. On Nov. 23…

November 29, 2021

52nd annual National Day of Mourning

On November 25, United American Indians of New England and their supporters gathered on Cole’s Hill in Plymouth, Massachusetts, to…

November 29, 2021

Leonard Peltier: Statement on ‘Day of Mourning’

Leonard Peltier, a leader of the American Indian Movement, was falsely framed and convicted for the killing of two FBI…

November 29, 2021

What’s in your water?

What’s in your water? Can you trust that paper wrapped around your take-out sandwich — or the plastic clamshell —…

November 26, 2021

The role of Black radicals − Civil War to the carceral state

The following slightly edited testimony was presented by Dr. Johanna Fernandez, an associate professor of history at Baruch College of…

November 26, 2021

‘Unity, diversity, interculturality’ − a Sandinista’s view on autonomy

By Johnny Hodgson  The following is part three of a presentation given by Johnny Hodgson, Sandinista National Liberation Front’s Political…

November 26, 2021

Stop Line 3!

Philadelphia Activists held a rally outside TD Bank Nov. 19 in Philadelphia to demand TD stop bankrolling destruction of Native…

November 25, 2021

‘We must protect our trans comrades’  

The following remarks were presented at the Nov. 19 Trans Day of Remembrance event held by SAGE —  Services &…

November 25, 2021