Racism and Self-Determination

Poor medical care for incarcerated people leads to deaths 

Elisa Serna was only 24 when she died, due to medical neglect at a San Diego County jail in 2019.…

November 25, 2022

Dr. Mutulu Shakur: A steadfast revolutionary

This article was originally published in Workers World Aug. 4, 2021. Dr. Mutulu Shakur was granted parole Nov. 10, but…

November 25, 2022

Beating of Black man in Georgia jail goes viral: Just the tip of the iceberg

As we go to print, three of the prison guards who beat Jarrett Hobbs have been arrested on charges of…

November 22, 2022

53rd National Day of Mourning
Indigenous pride, power and protest!

What are the United States’ foundational myths? Who created them, and who do they erase and harm? For the past 52…

November 19, 2022

SCOTUS hands off Indigenous children!

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Nov. 9 on the case of Haaland v. Brackeen, which could overturn the Indian…

November 19, 2022

In memory of Moonanum James: 
‘We are not vanishing. We are not conquered’

Moonamum James, a co-leader of United American Indians of New England, died on Dec. 4, 2021 at the age of…

November 19, 2022

Leonard Peltier’s Walk to Justice rallies in D.C. for clemency

The Leonard Peltier’s Walk to Justice marched over 1,100 miles from Minneapolis to Washington, D.C. — a march to demand…

November 17, 2022

‘Puerto Rico Not for Sale!’

At the Halloween Parade in New York City this year, the Puerto Rico Is Not For Sale campaign decided to…

November 17, 2022

Saladin Muhammad, labor leader, honored at memorial

Whitakers, North Carolina A packed room of 200 people gathered Nov. 12 to celebrate the life of Saladin Muhammad at…

November 15, 2022

With new legal attacks, affirmative action must be defended

The Supreme Court of the United States is scheduled to rule sometime in 2023 on two cases threatening the very…

November 14, 2022