Video: Interview with Nigerian ‘End SARS’ Protester in Charlotte

By Jakob Stein This past Sunday, roughly 50 protesters gathered in uptown Charlotte in solidarity with the ongoing ‘End SARS’ protests in Nigeria. The protests against police brutality and murder have been raging for two weeks, and although they have already forced the government to disband the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), they have continued demanding for the release of arrested protesters and restitution for the … Continue reading Video: Interview with Nigerian ‘End SARS’ Protester in Charlotte

Los Angeles: ‘People’s Art Show’ Raises Funds For Protesters Facing Repression

by Serran Soledad On Saturday, Serve The People (STP) Los Angeles hosted an art show in Lincoln Heights, to raise funds for protesters facing charges due to their participation in the fight for Black Lives. The event managed to raise $1400 for Black Unity LA and Jail Support LA, as well as Austin’s Targeted Three. Slated as a ‘People’s Art Show,’ the event drew over … Continue reading Los Angeles: ‘People’s Art Show’ Raises Funds For Protesters Facing Repression

Two Statements from TKP/ML on the Comrades Martyred in Dersim

The following are English translations of two statements from the Communist Party of Turkey/Marxist-Leninist (TKP/ML) Liberation Army of the Workers and Peasants of Turkey (TİKKO) Dersim Regional Command and the TKP/ML Abroad Committee, respectively, on the deaths of the Comrades Nubar, Özgür, Rosa and Asmin. TKP/ML TIKKO DERSIM REGIONAL COMMAND: Their trenches will not be empty, their weapons will not be silent, we will win … Continue reading Two Statements from TKP/ML on the Comrades Martyred in Dersim

Brazil: Rondônia Police Accuse Any Peasant Involved in Camps for Death of Police

The following is an unofficial translation of an article released by the National Commission of the League of Poor Peasants (LCP) regarding the ongoing criminalization of the peasants’ struggle for land and the arbitrary arrest of of those involved in peasant encampments, even outside of Tiago dos Santos, for the killing of two Military Police earlier this month. Peasant Charles Aguimar was arrested in Vale … Continue reading Brazil: Rondônia Police Accuse Any Peasant Involved in Camps for Death of Police

Mexican Military General Arrested on Drug Trafficking Charges

By Nélida Tello Former Mexican Secretary of Defense Salvador Cienfuegos was arrested at the Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday by Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents on drug trafficking and money laundering charges. The military general assisted the H-2 Cartel, extending protection to the cartel as well as military equipment to transport drugs. Cienfuegos served 48 years in the Mexican military and was appointed Secretary … Continue reading Mexican Military General Arrested on Drug Trafficking Charges

Opinion: Austin DA Candidate Jose Garza, Enemy of the People

By Ed Dalton Most Austin residents believe they are about to elect their first Social Democrat, Jose Garza, to Travis County District Attorney. Since Garza handily defeated incumbent Margaret Moore by 68 percent in the primary runoff elections, securing his place as the Democratic Party’s nominee, he only has to defeat Republican candidate Martin Harry. The reformists could not be happier, but what does this … Continue reading Opinion: Austin DA Candidate Jose Garza, Enemy of the People

Week in Struggle: October 16-22

India In a statement from the spokesman of the Special Zonal Committee of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) of Dandakaranya, Comrade Vikalp, the People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) executed 25 police collaborators, including Party cadres, proven spies, and police informants in the state of Chhattisgarh. Those executed included 17 secret agents and 8 police informants, who were planted among the guerrillas by police. They … Continue reading Week in Struggle: October 16-22

Repression and Resistance: Week in Protest, October 16-22

Cover photo by Sarah Doiron of motorcyclist rally in Providence for Jhamal Gonsalves “Repression and Resistance” is a column from Tribune of the People that highlights rebellions and repression happening in protests across the US each week. If you want us to cover a protest happening in your city, please send us a pitch. San Francisco, CA Last weekend, a right wing “Team Save America” … Continue reading Repression and Resistance: Week in Protest, October 16-22

Hundreds of Migrant Children Can’t be Reunited with Parents

By Nélida Tello In a court filing on Tuesday, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the US Justice Department documented that the parents of 545 migrant children, separated at the El Paso, Tx border by a 2017 pilot ‘family separation’ program, couldn’t be located. Government estimates conclude that about two-thirds of the parents have been deported to Central America, complicating reunification. Additionally, an ACLU … Continue reading Hundreds of Migrant Children Can’t be Reunited with Parents

Austin: Tribune Support Committee Hosts Art Show for Targeted Three

By Dmitri Sans Last weekend, the Tribune of the People Support Committee in Austin hosted its first art show as a fundraiser for the legal fees of the Targeted Three. A total of 30 artists donated their works to sell for the event, and over $3500 was received in donations. Tribune print issues were handed out in English and Spanish and Defend the Targeted 3 … Continue reading Austin: Tribune Support Committee Hosts Art Show for Targeted Three