Fires Cause Unparalleled Damage Across the West Coast

By Brian Martel Devastating wildfires have torn through areas of the west coast over the past week, causing multiple deaths and in some cases, burning entire towns. The fire’s impact can be seen across the western US as ash rains down from red, smoke filled skies. For some time, these wildfires have been getting worse every year. Many people have been put at greater risk … Continue reading Fires Cause Unparalleled Damage Across the West Coast

Chairman Gonzalo: On Chairman Mao’s Thesis “Three Worlds Delineated”

Tribune of the People is proud to share this unofficial translation of an important document that was just recently posted and shared by the Peru People’s Movement (MPP). This document was an intervention delivered by Chairman Gonzalo during the Communist Party of Peru’s (PCP) First Congress in 1988, which took place eight years into the People’s War that continues to this day. The First Congress … Continue reading Chairman Gonzalo: On Chairman Mao’s Thesis “Three Worlds Delineated”

Rochester: The People Rebel In Response to Released Video of Police Murder

By Peter Cherry Rochester’s Police Chief La’Ron Singletary, along with his entire command staff, resigned on Tuesday in the wake of six straight nights of demonstrations following the release of video depicting the police murder of Daniel Prude, which happened earlier this year. On Friday night, 2,000 protesters took to the streets in a combative demonstration, burning several trash cans and bus stops before the … Continue reading Rochester: The People Rebel In Response to Released Video of Police Murder

Eviction Moratoriums and What They Mean for the Housing Struggle

By David Martinez Since the start of the New Depression, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, many landlords in the US have stopped collecting rent and evicting people from their homes. This would be unthinkable in times of ‘normal’ capitalist society, which threatens the people with homelessness at the first sign of unpaid rent. Now, with the passing of a federal ban on evictions that affects … Continue reading Eviction Moratoriums and What They Mean for the Housing Struggle

Week in Struggle: September 4-11

India A press release from the Communist Party of India (Maoist) denounced the fascist Modi government for its deceitful propaganda claiming that former General Secretary of the CPI (Maoist), Ganapathy, was planning to surrender in an act of betrayal of the People’s War. The note also mentions the government’s failure to handle numerous issues including the current global economic crisis and national conflicts like the … Continue reading Week in Struggle: September 4-11

Repression and Resistance: Week in Protest September 4-10

“Repression and Resistance” is a column from Tribune of the People that highlights rebellions and repression happening in protests across the US each week. If you want us to cover a protest happening in your city, please send us a pitch. Rochester, NY Rochester’s Police Chief La’Ron Singletary, along with his entire command staff, resigned this week following six straight nights of demonstrations after disturbing … Continue reading Repression and Resistance: Week in Protest September 4-10

Mexico: Without Class Analysis There is No Women’s Emancipation

By Nélida Tello Last Friday, nongovernmental organization (NGO) Ni una Menos (Not One Woman Less) Mexico occupied the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) in Mexico City, demanding justice for the women victims of sexual abuse, disappearances, and extrajudicial killings. This occupation, and the women’s protests before it, have failed to teach women how to fight against their biggest class enemies, namely US imperialism. Instead, women’s … Continue reading Mexico: Without Class Analysis There is No Women’s Emancipation

Michael Forest Reinoehl, Servant of the People, Defender of Black Lives, Will Never Die!

By the Editorial Board On Thursday night, September 3, a Federal Fugitive Task Force murdered Michael Forest Reinoehl, suspected of killing a Patriot Prayer affiliated fascist in Portland, Oregon. The killing of Reinoehl can only be considered an assassination at the hands of the police to send a political message, that defending Black lives and rebelling against reactionaries is now punishable by death. Reineoehl is … Continue reading Michael Forest Reinoehl, Servant of the People, Defender of Black Lives, Will Never Die!

A First Glimpse of People’s Justice in Portland

By the Editorial Board Update: Late Thursday night, it was reported that Michael Forest Reinoehl, the suspected shooter of fascist Aaron J. Danielson, was gunned down by police. This can only be seen as political retaliation against the people for defending themselves with revolutionary violence. Read Tribune’s response to this development here. As the protest movement first ignited by the May Uprisings was beginning to … Continue reading A First Glimpse of People’s Justice in Portland

‘Drop the Charges’ National Day of Action

By Brian Martel The national day of action on Tuesday for the Drop the Charges coalition saw solidarity from around the US in support of over 14,000 people facing charges from the May Uprisings. The coalition condemns ruling class attempts to divide ‘good protesters’ from ‘bad protesters’ in an effort to criminalize them, and therefore demands that the charges be dropped for every protester arrested … Continue reading ‘Drop the Charges’ National Day of Action