CPI (Maoist): International Day of Action Against Modi’s “Prahar Military Campaign”

Editors’ Note: The following is a statement from the Communist Party of India (Maoist) saluting the International Committee for the Support of People’s War in India‘s (ICSPWI) call for an international day of action against the military campaign known as Operation Prahaar, carried out by Narendra Modi, the fascist president of India, under the direction of imperialist powers. The campaign is directed against the People’s … Continue reading CPI (Maoist): International Day of Action Against Modi’s “Prahar Military Campaign”

Pittsburgh: Students Disrupt Anti-Abortion Event at University

By Sarah Ahmed On Monday, student activists at the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) disrupted an anti-abortion event held on campus. The students, a majority of whom were women, demanded that the University of Pittsburgh stop allowing crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) and other anti-women organizations to promote themselves and hold events on campus. The anti-abortion event, called the “Stop Aborted Fetal Experiments” conference, spread lies about … Continue reading Pittsburgh: Students Disrupt Anti-Abortion Event at University

Ecuador: ‘Your Blood Is Our Blood’: Revolutionaries Issue Solidarity with Brazilian Peasants

By David Martinez Last week, Ecuadorian revolutionaries issued a statement and carried out actions in solidarity with the League of Poor Peasants in Brazil (LCP, Liga dos Camponeses Pobres). The solidarity comes as the LCP faces persistent violent attacks from the military government of Brazil, which is backing the large landowners in the countryside threatening the peasants living at the Tiago Campin dos Santos and Ademar Ferreira … Continue reading Ecuador: ‘Your Blood Is Our Blood’: Revolutionaries Issue Solidarity with Brazilian Peasants

Brazil: Students Occupy University Building, Demand an End to Privatization of Education

Photo: Students on the steps at the Federal University of Parana (Source: A Nova Democracia) By Ben Robinson Between November 6 and 8, the Student Front Against Distance Education (Frente Estudantil Contra a Educação a Distância) organized a student strike and occupation of the Federal University of Parana’s cafeteria. Brazilian students are protesting the privatization of education, funding cuts, and the end of in-person classes … Continue reading Brazil: Students Occupy University Building, Demand an End to Privatization of Education

Louisiana: Recovering from the Capitalist Disaster Two Months after Hurricane Ida

By Joan Hoch In southeastern, coastal Louisiana, the capitalist disaster following Hurricane Ida is still unfolding even two months later, but the government’s minimal relief efforts are already beginning to shut down. The people of Pointe-Aux-Chenes, a small community about 70 miles south of New Orleans, have been steadily working together over the past few months to rebuild their homes since Ida slammed into the coast on August … Continue reading Louisiana: Recovering from the Capitalist Disaster Two Months after Hurricane Ida

Film Worker Speaks on IATSE’s Tentative Contract and Death of Halyna Hutchins

Photo: A memorial for IATSE member Halyna Hutchins (Source: Local 600) By Sarah Ahmed In early October, workers with the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) voted to authorize a strike with a 98% margin. The weekend prior to the deadline to strike on October 18, IATSE union officials announced a tentative contract with the Alliance of Motion Pictures and Television Producers (AMPTP), sidelining … Continue reading Film Worker Speaks on IATSE’s Tentative Contract and Death of Halyna Hutchins

Workers’ Resistance Bulletin: November 12

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, or you are a … Continue reading Workers’ Resistance Bulletin: November 12

Week in Struggle: November 5-11

Brazil Throughout Brazil, revolutionaries have continued their campaign in honor of Chairman Gonzalo. Graffiti, murals, and posters have continued to be documented in the country. Chairman Gonzalo, assassinated on September 11 by the old Peruvian State backed by US imperialism, led the Communist Party of Peru (PCP, Partido Comunista del Peru) and is the greatest Communist of the modern era. The graffiti read, “Chairman Gonzalo … Continue reading Week in Struggle: November 5-11

EXCLUSIVE: Two More Pittsburgh Officers who Murdered Jim Rogers Identified

Photo: Officer Patrick DeSaro (Left) and Officer Gregory Boss (Right) By David Martinez Tribune of the People has identified two other Pittsburgh Bureau of Police (PBP) officers involved in the murder of Jim Rogers, a homeless, unarmed Black man who died on October 14 after the police attacked him on October 13. Photo and video evidence has confirmed Gregory Boss and Patrick DeSaro as the … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Two More Pittsburgh Officers who Murdered Jim Rogers Identified

Pittsburgh: Protest Calls for People’s Justice for Jim Rogers

By Maria DeCoteau Activists and the family of Jim Rogers held a protest this past Saturday demanding answers and justice in Rogers’ murder by Pittsburgh police in October. Rogers, a 54-year-old homeless Black man, was killed after police officer Keith Edmonds tased him four times, and officers Gregory Boss and Patrick DeSaro attacked Rogers, denying him proper medical attention as he pleaded to be taken … Continue reading Pittsburgh: Protest Calls for People’s Justice for Jim Rogers