Teacher, union member, baseball enthusiast, communist.
The repeal of net neutrality on Thursday, December 14th, allowing corporations to speed up and slow down internet service and charge for access to any number of currently free services, revealed political allegiances across contemporary American society. The far right… Read More ›
By Jonathan Palameda In Durham, North Carolina on the afternoon of August 14th, 2017, a gathering of activists including elements from the Workers World Party climbed a statue greased by cops to impede climbing, tied a rope around the statue… Read More ›
At the 21st International Seminar on Problems of the Revolution in Latin America hosted by the Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Ecuador in Quito, the American Party of Labor presented a paper on the issue of fascism as one of chief… Read More ›
In 2013, I traveled to Cuba as a part of a study abroad program on the history of Cuban socialism in the context of economic reforms that allowed for limited free enterprise. The financial changes were certainly discernible on the… Read More ›