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98th Anniversary of the Foundation of the Communist Party of Brazil (P.C.B.)

“With great joy and pride we are today releasing an important video that we received from the Brazilian Maoists. The video shows very impressively how the comrades celebrate the anniversary of the foundation of the Brazilian Communist Party (abbreviated “PCB” in Portuguese). The images and messages in the video are living proof of the brave advance of the Maoists in Brazil in the struggle for the reconstitution … Continue reading 98th Anniversary of the Foundation of the Communist Party of Brazil (P.C.B.)

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By the Editorial Board Tribune of the People is a project that is less than a year old. Our new publication has steadily grown through the dedicated activity of our distributors and journalists, who earn the status of a revolutionary news service daily on the front lines of the class struggle. We have seen rapid growth due to the economic crisis and mass uprisings against … Continue reading Support Revolutionary Journalism

Uprisings Across the US Met with Severe State Repression

By Sandra Harris In the weeks following massive uprisings across the US, federal, state, and local agencies have been quick to surveil, track, imprison, and prosecute thousands who rose up around the country in support of George Floyd and other Black people murdered by the police. Similar repression took place in the months and years following the rebellions in Ferguson and Baltimore, as is generally … Continue reading Uprisings Across the US Met with Severe State Repression

Colombia: Revolutionary Youth Hold Solidarity Action for Austin’s Targeted Three

By David Martinez Revolutionary youth in Colombia joined the international call to Defend Austin’s Targeted Three, holding a solidarity action on June 30 in a public park in Medellín. After their agitation, they took the banners they had made and pasted them to a nearby wall. The beautiful display of internationalism spoke to the inspiring nature of the current rebellions in the United States against … Continue reading Colombia: Revolutionary Youth Hold Solidarity Action for Austin’s Targeted Three

Opinion: Talk to Protesters

By Ed Dalton On cue, a cacophony of full time couch sitters decry the protest movement. They often do this by way of some professed concern for ‘safety’ and some of them are even shockingly well-meaning. In an attempt to harness runaway imaginations and to correct mistaken ideas, we must examine some of the more common denunciations of the protest movement. Idea 1: Mass Protests … Continue reading Opinion: Talk to Protesters

Austin: Police Assault Protesters, Showing Bias for Fascist Provocateurs

by Mike Talavera Last Saturday, Austin police retaliated against a group of protesters who had successfully thwarted a fascist-led pro-police rally, arresting several and pinning one young man face down on the ground and repeatedly punching him. The crackdown came after two men, one the son of a police officer and the other a former or part-time police officer, tried to ram their vehicles through … Continue reading Austin: Police Assault Protesters, Showing Bias for Fascist Provocateurs

St. Louis: Protest at Mayor’s Home Calls for Resignation After She Doxxes Residents

By David Martinez On Sunday, June 28, an angry crowd of protesters marched to the house of St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson to demand her resignation. Krewson had drawn outrage after she went on a Facebook live news briefing to read the names and addresses of residents who had sent in comments calling on the city to defund the police department. Publicly identifying individuals, generally … Continue reading St. Louis: Protest at Mayor’s Home Calls for Resignation After She Doxxes Residents

San Diego: Police Murder Leo Ibarra, Protesters Face Off with Police

By Nélida Tello On Saturday, San Diego Police Department (SDPD) officers Jonathon Lucas and Tevar Zaki shot 25-year-old Leonardo Hurtado Ibarra, 11 times including once to the head, near the intersection of 6th Avenue and A Street in downtown San Diego around 5:45pm. Ibarra was a father of three, ages 4, 6, and 8. He was pronounced braindead Sunday, and was pronounced dead Monday night … Continue reading San Diego: Police Murder Leo Ibarra, Protesters Face Off with Police

Texas: Tesla Demands Millions in Tax Breaks for “Gigafactory” from Poor Community

By Mike Talavera Electric car manufacturer Tesla, run by the high-profile billionaire Elon Musk, is currently in negotiations with Travis County and the Del Valle School District to secure tens of millions of dollars in tax breaks for the “Gigafactory” it wants to build in the neglected eastern part of the county. Residents, the majority of them working class Chicanos and Latino immigrants, have expressed … Continue reading Texas: Tesla Demands Millions in Tax Breaks for “Gigafactory” from Poor Community

Pittsburgh: Protesters Demand Justice for Romir Talley

By Giovanni Ross On June 30, about 50 demonstrators convened in downtown Wilkinsburg to protest the city’s public safety forum and to demand justice for Romir Talley. The event was organized by Pittsburgh I Can’t Breathe, a local Black organizing collective, along with the Talley family and Serve the People. Romir Talley was shot seven times and killed by Wilkinsburg police in December 2019. Since … Continue reading Pittsburgh: Protesters Demand Justice for Romir Talley

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