USA

Without Masters or Slaves

October 10, 2016 admin 0

As the Black Lives Matter movement continues to prove its durability – a momentum propelled in large part by violence committed by agents of the state – the more forward-thinking section of the ruling class […]

USA

Black Lives Matter: Organize for Justice!

July 10, 2016 admin 0

The Red Party condemns the killing of Philando Castile in Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Louisiana, yet more victims of the terror campaign perpetrated by the armed wing of the state. The slogan ‘Black lives […]

USA

Blackboards and Badges

November 9, 2015 admin 0

By now most readers will have already seen the cell phone video1 that caught national attention showing “Officer Slam” – a.k.a Senior Deputy Ben Fields – flipping, body-slamming and arresting an unnamed student at Spring […]

USA

#BlackLivesMatter and the Working Class

August 30, 2015 Editor 0

(The following is the text of a lead-off presentation, edited for clarity, from a Cedar Rapids, Iowa public forum in solidarity with the #BlackOutAmerica National Day of Action.) The movement that began last August in Ferguson […]

USA

Why MLK Had to Die

June 1, 2015 admin 0

Many people are familiar with the peaceful monk-like image of Martin Luther King Jr. that is so popular.  In reality, the story of Dr. King has been sanitized, polished, and glorified.  We’ve all heard the […]

Labor

Black Lives & the Fight for $15

December 16, 2014 admin 0

Around the United States in towns small and large, workers are organizing to gain a living wage. To achieve their goal for a fifteen dollar an hour minimum wage workers are organizing protests and strikes, […]