Future Spies: The NSA Finances Summer Camp for Portuguese-Speaking Youth

Editor’s note: The following is an unofficial translation of “Futuros espiões: NSA financia acampamento de férias para jovens que falam português” from revolutionary Brazilian newspaper A Nova Democracia, originally published on Agência Pública. American spy agency denounced by Snowden joins university to teach digital security to young people, facilitating the recruitment of spies with a focus on Brazil By Andrew Fishman The US government is … Continue reading Future Spies: The NSA Finances Summer Camp for Portuguese-Speaking Youth

Houston: Tenants Speak Out and Organize Against Uninhabitable Conditions

By Helen Milne Tenants at Sungregor Apartments, a residential complex in southeast Houston, are facing rent hikes while living in dangerous and uninhabitable conditions, spurring them to action in recent weeks in order to force property owners to answer their grievances. Units at the complex are infested with rats and cockroaches, multiple units have been flooded with sewage, mold permeates the ceilings and walls, and … Continue reading Houston: Tenants Speak Out and Organize Against Uninhabitable Conditions

Peru People’s Movement: A Brief Note on the Political Situation of the Country

Editors Note: The following is an unofficial translation of the article “Breve Nota Sobre la Situación Política en el País” from the People’s Movement Peru. Just a few days ago, after a long tug-of-war between the representatives of the two factions of the big bourgeoisie to decide the nomination of the new reactionary president who will replace the current one in the presidency of the … Continue reading Peru People’s Movement: A Brief Note on the Political Situation of the Country

Beaumont: ExxonMobil Locks Out Refinery Workers, Attempts to Force Unfair Contract

By Blaine Hopkins For nearly 90 days, ExxonMobil has locked out over 650 union workers fighting for a better contract at their Beaumont, Texas refinery. The workers’ lockout has the refinery operating at only 60% capacity as workers hold out against the company’s attempts to remove seniority bidding, lead safety operator positions, and pay raises. Since January, Exxon has refused to budge on its original … Continue reading Beaumont: ExxonMobil Locks Out Refinery Workers, Attempts to Force Unfair Contract

San Fernando Valley: March Against Police Murder of Chris Garcia and Guillermo Amezcua

By Serran Soledad On July 17, anti-imperialist organization People’s Struggle SFV (PSSFV) organized and held a march along with community members to demand justice for Chris Garcia and Guillermo Amezcua, both murdered by the police in southern California in recent months. Garcia was shot to death by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) following a vehicle pursuit as he surrendered at a northbound 5 Freeway … Continue reading San Fernando Valley: March Against Police Murder of Chris Garcia and Guillermo Amezcua

Pennsylvania: ATI Strike Concludes, Worker Resistance Remains

By Jason Bartles Steelworkers with Allegheny Technologies, Inc. (ATI), part of the United Steelworkers (USW) union, have voted to end their three-month-long strike and return to work. Despite the strike formally ending, workers have remained on the picket lines for the past week. Votes on whether to accept the new contract were cast on July 13, with 513 workers voting yes and 427 voting no. … Continue reading Pennsylvania: ATI Strike Concludes, Worker Resistance Remains

Resolution by the 7th Meeting of Marxist-Leninist-Maoist Parties and Organizations in Europe

Editor’s note: Tribune of the People shares the following article shared on Dem Volke Dienen regarding the 7th meeting of Marxist-Leninist-Maoist Parties and Organizations in Europe. Tribune of the People sends its warmest revolutionary greetings to the Marxist-Leninist-Maoist Parties and Organizations in Europe and salutes the resolution made by the parties and organizations. We, the Marxist-Leninist-Maoist Parties and Organisations in Europe, greet with our deepest … Continue reading Resolution by the 7th Meeting of Marxist-Leninist-Maoist Parties and Organizations in Europe

One Year Later, Garrett Foster Lives Forever in the Struggle

By the Editorial Board One year ago on July 25, 2020, Garrett Foster, a servant of the people and defender of Black lives, was murdered in the streets of Austin for standing up to a reactionary during a protest in the wake of the May Uprisings, defending the people and the movement that he believed in. His absence is an immense loss, but what cannot … Continue reading One Year Later, Garrett Foster Lives Forever in the Struggle

Week in Struggle: July 16-22

India On July 10, members of the People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA), led by the Communist Party of India (Maoist), targeted and wounded two police commandos; no losses were reported on the PLGA’s side. On July 12, a police informant was detained and shot by PGLA members. Brazil Dozens of banners were seen along highways and other heavy traffic areas in support of the League … Continue reading Week in Struggle: July 16-22

Biden Plans to Order Prisoners Released during COVID Pandemic Back to Prison

Photo credit: Martin do Nascimento for The Texas Tribune By Sandra Harris This week, the Biden administration has declared that thousands of federal prisoners released during the COVID-19 pandemic would be required to return to prison once the federal declaration of emergency passes. Federal law passed at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic allowed prisoners to serve either the remaining 10 percent or six months … Continue reading Biden Plans to Order Prisoners Released during COVID Pandemic Back to Prison