Fort Worth: Trial for Officer Who Killed Atatiana Jefferson Delayed Again, Residents of Her Neighborhood Share Thoughts

By Nélida Tello Texas judge David Hagerman has once again delayed the trial against Fort Worth police officer Aaron Dean who shot and killed a Black woman, Atatiana Jefferson, while she was inside her home on October 12, 2019. The murder trial was set for January 10; however, due the unavailability of expert witnesses, Judge Hagerman approved the defense’s motion to delay the trial. The … Continue reading Fort Worth: Trial for Officer Who Killed Atatiana Jefferson Delayed Again, Residents of Her Neighborhood Share Thoughts

Proletarian Culture: David Alfaro Siqueiros, Mexican Muralist and Fierce Revolutionary

By Elena Perez Mexican artist and dedicated revolutionary, David Alfaro Siqueiros, was born in late December, 1896 (the exact date is disputed), and died on January 6, 1974. His artistic works include many brilliant, large-scale murals that show the world in motion through revolution. Born on the horizon of the new century, Siqueiros took up Marxism, and stood shoulder-to-shoulder with indigenous and peasants’ struggles and … Continue reading Proletarian Culture: David Alfaro Siqueiros, Mexican Muralist and Fierce Revolutionary

Austin: Activists Honor Alex Gonzales One Year After He Was Murdered by Police

By Michael Nolan On the one-year anniversary of the murder of Alex Gonzales by Austin Police Department (APD) officers Gabriel Gutierrez and Luis Serrato, supporters of the Gonzales family demonstrated in front of APD headquarters. Gonzales was murdered on January 5, 2021 when plainclothes officer Gutierrez chased Gonzales down in a fit of road rage, shooting Gonzales and his partner while their two-month-old infant was … Continue reading Austin: Activists Honor Alex Gonzales One Year After He Was Murdered by Police

Minneapolis: Community Support Wins Lighter Sentence for Targeted Political Prisoner, Tom Moseley

by Michael Nolan A federal judge sentenced anti-police brutality activist Tom Moseley on Wednesday to 90 days in a halfway house and two years of probation for charges resulting from his participation in the May Uprisings following the murder of George Floyd. In the face of heightened repression by the federal government, Moseley’s sentence, which does not include prison time, represents a victory for his … Continue reading Minneapolis: Community Support Wins Lighter Sentence for Targeted Political Prisoner, Tom Moseley

Workers’ Resistance Bulletin: January 7

Photo credit: Twitter @unionadvocate Workers’ Resistance Bulletin is an overview of workers’ resistance, as well as the repression of workers, taking place all across the US, from small workplaces to large factories. The growing wave of worker mobilizations makes clear that the general crisis of imperialism will be met with greater struggle from the proletariat. If you have a tip or suggestion for worker coverage, … Continue reading Workers’ Resistance Bulletin: January 7

Kazakhstan: Popular Uprising Targets Police, State Institutions as Russian Imperialism Intervenes

Photo credit: Telegram/KazTAG By Jakob Stein Over the past week, protests against Kazakhstan’s elimination of the cap on gasoline prices have erupted into a full-scale uprising against the oppression and miserable economic conditions imposed on the people by the Kazakh State and Russian imperialism. On January 1, the Kazakh government lifted the cap on the price of liquefied petroleum gas, used to fuel vehicles around … Continue reading Kazakhstan: Popular Uprising Targets Police, State Institutions as Russian Imperialism Intervenes

Week in Struggle: December 31- January 6

India  In the last few weeks, the People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) under the leadership of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) [CPI (Maoist)] carried out several actions against the old Indian State. These actions occurred as the Indian State wages the military campaign Operation Prahaar-3, carried out by Narendra Modi, the fascist president of India, in an attempt to end the People’s War waged by the … Continue reading Week in Struggle: December 31- January 6

Minneapolis: Tom Moseley, Activist for Black Lives, Faces Sentencing after Targeted Federal Repression

Photo: Activist Tom Moseley (center) standing with family members of victims of the police. By Michael Nolan Tom Moseley, an activist fighting racist police violence, faces sentencing on Wednesday, January 5, for federal charges related to his participation during protests in the May Uprisings which followed the police murder of George Floyd. These charges fit the pattern of the Biden administration which intensifies its repression … Continue reading Minneapolis: Tom Moseley, Activist for Black Lives, Faces Sentencing after Targeted Federal Repression

CPI (Maoist): Red Salutes to Member of the Central Committee Martyr Comrade Chintanda!

Editors’ Note: The following is a statement published last month by the Communist Party of India (Maoist) [CPI(Maoist)] on the death of a member of their Central Committee, Comrade Chintanda. Tribune of the People extends a red salute to the CPI (Maoist) and to the legacy of Comrade Chintanda. COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIA (MAOIST) Central Committee Press Release December 18, 2021 Red Salutes to Member … Continue reading CPI (Maoist): Red Salutes to Member of the Central Committee Martyr Comrade Chintanda!

Worker Correspondents: Workers at B&S Waterway Plastics Face Constant Threat of Being Fired

By Sarah Ahmed At Waterway Plastics, workers are constantly threatened with being fired, and do not receive any breaks when they work the night shift. Waterway Plastics in Oxnard, California assembles materials for jacuzzis and pools. The night shift at Waterway Plastics is staffed with 20 workers, which is less than a third of the workers that work during the first shift. While California has … Continue reading Worker Correspondents: Workers at B&S Waterway Plastics Face Constant Threat of Being Fired