By: Ian Cox, Red Phoenix Correspondent Texas On Febuary 22nd a statement was released by Texas governor Greg Abbot in which he officially directed the Texas State Department of Family and Protective Services to consider and prosecute “so-called sex change… Read More ›
The National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression Calls for Protests the Day After The November Presidential Election (November 4, 2020) After the election, the peoples mandate for change must be carried out.
In this triple pandemic of racism, COVID-19, and recession our National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression is issuing a call to all the democratic forces presently engaged in the struggle against racist injustice, the economic slaughter of our communities… Read More ›
On Sunday, November 24, 2019, the Final Plenary of the Conference to Refound the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression approved the following Resolution: Whereas we called this conference to re-found the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression… Read More ›
It is no secret that the Trump Administration is one of a great reaction that preys on the most vulnerable of our society. The marginalization of people leading to the furthering division of the working class, the majority of the… Read More ›
On Sunday, October 20th, the Trump administration announced that it was considering adopting a strict definition of “sex,” as it applies to anti-discrimination law. Under the proposed definition, gender will be considered fixed and immutable, with one’s gender assignment at… Read More ›
Translated by Red Phoenix staff. Call for the Second Meeting of Latin American and Caribbean Women Quito, September 28 – 30 2018 Women for the Liberation of the Peoples and for Our Emancipation! We, the women of Latin America and… Read More ›
“Karl Marx’s Legacy in the Reinvigoration of the US Labor Movement:” Presentation by the American Party of Labor at the 22nd International Seminar on the Problems of the Revolution in Latin America.
Quito, Ecuador (July 26, 2018) This presentation was delivered by Comrade John Palameda at the 22nd International Seminar as a delegate representing the American Party of Labor. A year has passed since the national secretary of the American Party of… 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 ›
Yes, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s a crack-smoking, vicious, xenophobic, Tea Party hack. But it actually gets even worse JB STANIFORTH Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s admission yesterday that he smoked crack “in one of [his] drunken stupors” brings a long-awaited end… Read More ›
by Timothy McGrath This week GlobalPost showed why so many people are digging on Pope Francis. He loves the sick and the poor. He lives a simple life that reflects his values. He has criticized the Catholic church for its alienating obsession with… Read More ›
via GayRVA.com Amari S Hill, a Baltimore native now residing in Richmond, was found shot dead in a Richmond’s South Side alley way last Sunday. Unconfirmed reports have stated that Hill was found shot multiple times, including a shot to the… Read More ›
By David Volz Christmas, it is the time of the year for holiday shopping, and also hearing the bell ringers for the Salvation Army collection donations. Those donations provide Christmas dinners, clothing, and Christmas toys for children in need. The charity… Read More ›