Antifascism in word but not in deed is to spit on the legacy of the Marxist-Leninists who came before us. To allow fascists to organize unopposed in our cities, in our countryside, and in our neighborhoods is to admit that… Read More ›
By Ekim Kilic Originally published in Evrensel (04/09/2018) Under US law, Puerto Rico is defined as an “unincorporated territory of the United States.” The Caribbean Island declared bankruptcy in May 2017 due to public debt. Then, in September 2017, it… Read More ›
Basically, you are stepping in where the state will not, for the people that the state has forgotten. I wouldn’t even say forgotten. The people who the state has consciously decided to ignore.
Would you mind if we start off with some background about yourself? Your name, where you came from, where you grew up, when you started working with Black Lives Matter, etc.? My name is Jalen Evans. I grew up in… Read More ›
In the days following the murder of activist Heather Heyer as a result of the fascist attack in Charlottesville, leftists far and wide correctly condemned the words and actions of the neo-fascist Trump, who explicitly – and repeatedly – declared a… Read More ›
The terrorist attack against anti-fascist demonstrators on August 12, in Charlottesville, VA, ignited a flame of anti-fascist and anti-racist actions all across the United States. A comrade in the struggle against fascism and white supremacy had fallen at the hands… 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 ›