We issue this Call in a sense of outrage in the face of increasing racist violence and political repression towards working class and Black and Brown communities. We are currently facing a national epidemic of state-sponsored violence perpetrated by police… Read More ›
“National and racial chauvinism is a vestige of the misanthropic customs characteristic of the period of cannibalism. Antisemitism, as an extreme form of racial chauvinism, is the most dangerous vestige of cannibalism. Antisemitism is of advantage to the exploiters as… Read More ›
“And so, the “enlightened” judges of constitutional states are fulminating against all participation of people’s representatives in legal procedure.” -V.I. Lenin When Brett Kavanaugh was nominated by President Trump to fill the empty seat on the Supreme Court, yet another dividing line… Read More ›
Torn between the influence of gangs, drug dealers, prostitutes, thieves, and ethically depraved financial opportunities, Ernest set the goal of Honest Work for himself because he saw the destruction that desperate criminality entailed.
“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 ›
By Ekim KILIÇ Originally published in Evrensel (07/03/2018) Mumia Abu Jamal: “The Black struggle will not end until repression is over.” The former member of the Black Panthers and Evrensel’s contributor Mumia Abu-Jamal answered our questions from the State Correctional Institution… Read More ›
The American Party of Labor recognizes that the youth-led resistance in Baltimore is an expression of the righteous anger and frustration of the people against state terrorism and police brutality. 10,000 people from across the country marched in the streets… Read More ›
On August 9th in the town of Ferguson in Missouri, white police officer Darren Wilson fatally shot Michael Brown, a black teenager, firing twelve shots and hitting him six times, including twice in the head. The 18-year-old Michael Brown was… Read More ›
We, the undersigned demand, an end to the state of emergency declared today in Ferguson MO, an end to the killings and legal lynchings of Black people in the United States, and the resignation of MO Gov. Nixon as he… Read More ›
The following statement was issued by the Rasmea Defense Committee: In a travesty of justice, Rasmea Odeh today was found guilty of one count of Unlawful Procurement of Naturalization. For over a year, Rasmea, her supporters, and her legal team… Read More ›
When I was about thirteen-years-old I chanced upon an article in Henry Luce’s Life magazine that described East Harlem ( a Manhattan working class neighborhood) as “a slum inhabited by beggar poor Italians, Negroes, and Puerto Ricans,” words that stung… Read More ›
Reported sexual assaults in the US military increased by over 50 percent in 2013, new data reveals. The boost punctuates a year filled with damning disclosures of a culture that has failed to protect the enlisted from systemic levels of… Read More ›