The Tremors of the Masses

By the Editorial Board Gaze ahead of you: the horizon is quaking, the calm between storms is passing, and the people are stirring once again in the United States, seething at the endless crimes of the Old State’s police forces, who wantonly murder the sons and daughters of the working class, especially Black and Latino workers and the poor. The ruling class can offer nothing … Continue reading The Tremors of the Masses

Chauvin Trial Puts the Spectacle of the Bourgeois Legal System on Display

By the Editorial Board On Monday, March 27, the long-awaited trial for former police officer Derek Chauvin, the murderer of George Floyd, began, and with it, the ruling class seeks to distract from a key fact which no one should forget—there would be no trial to speak of if it were not for the fierce uprisings of the people of Minneapolis, which echoed around the … Continue reading Chauvin Trial Puts the Spectacle of the Bourgeois Legal System on Display

Austin: Police Attack Wife of Garrett Foster at his Memorial

By the Editorial Board During a march in honor of Garrett Foster, an activist killed in the summer uprisings by US Army Sergeant Daniel Perry, the Austin Police Department attacked his widow, Whitney, at the site of where Garrett was gunned down in downtown Austin. Whitney is a community activist who has taken up the fight for justice for Garrett, as well as continuing her … Continue reading Austin: Police Attack Wife of Garrett Foster at his Memorial

El tiroteo de Atlanta es violencia sexista, el imperialismo tiene la culpa

Crédito de la foto: Reuters Por el Consejo Editorial Desde el martes, los medios de comunicación monopolistas han estado furiosos por el tiroteo en Atlanta en el que el reaccionario de 21 años Robert Aaron Long atacó tres salones de masaje asiáticos, matando a ocho personas e hiriendo a otra. Gran parte del debate posterior a los asesinatos se ha centrado en el hecho de … Continue reading El tiroteo de Atlanta es violencia sexista, el imperialismo tiene la culpa

Tribune of the People Now Available as Print Edition

By the Editorial Board Our first year as a publication is not only being marked with revisiting our coverage and reflecting on our work, but we are also celebrating a qualitative leap in our organization as we make our first professionally-printed newsprint edition available to our readers. Starting with monthly editions, Tribune’s newsprint will bring together the most important stories of workers’ struggles, our editorials … Continue reading Tribune of the People Now Available as Print Edition

8 de Marzo – Conmemoración al Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora

Por el Consejo Editorial El Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora (IWWD, International Working Women’s Day), celebrado el 8 de Marzo de cada año, es una celebración militante que observa la fuerza y la organización de las mujeres proletarias, pero no es un día solo para las mujeres, ya que tiene importancia histórica para los proletarios de todo el mundo. Empezó la Revolución de Febrero en … Continue reading 8 de Marzo – Conmemoración al Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora

Tribune of the People Marks Its One Year Anniversary

By the Editorial Board Imperialist crisis has only deepened as Tribune of the People marks its first anniversary. The revolutionary news service was developed according to the current conditions, to fill a void and bring organization to disorganization in favor of the world proletarian revolution. Tribune began publishing one year ago due to a lack of a clear revolutionary voice capable of reporting news from … Continue reading Tribune of the People Marks Its One Year Anniversary

Celebrate March 8th, International Working Women’s Day

By the Editorial Board International Working Women’s Day (IWWD), marked every year on March 8, is a militant celebration observing the strength and organizing of proletarian women, but it is not a day for women alone as it holds historical significance for the proletarians of the world. On March 8, 1917, the February Revolution broke out in Russia. It was working women who led the … Continue reading Celebrate March 8th, International Working Women’s Day

The Ruling-Class ‘Aid’ Rolls in after the Storm Rolls Out

By the Editorial Board At the height of the extreme winter storm that hit the country this past week, the Old State abandoned those suffering through power blackouts, the widespread loss of water, and the heavy cold that set in for days, all of which killed dozens of Texans and others across the country. These deaths should not be laid at the feet of nature, … Continue reading The Ruling-Class ‘Aid’ Rolls in after the Storm Rolls Out

Los movimientos de protesta masiva van y vienen, la lucha es permanente

Crédito de fotographia: Zach Boyden-Holmes/The Register Por el Consejo Editorial Cuando se producen levantamientos de masas es como un gran despertar: muchos activistas nuevos son como una persona que ve la nieve por la primera vez y espera que dure años. Para los ojos veteranos, es más como una marea, poderosa e inspiradora, pero que ya está lista para retroceder. La marea que regresa al … Continue reading Los movimientos de protesta masiva van y vienen, la lucha es permanente