Austin: Protesters Disrupt Zionist Meeting on UT Campus

By Josefina Morales On September 30, activists and supporters of the local chapter of Palestine Solidarity Committee (PSC) at the University of Texas at Austin (UT) held an action on the University of Texas campus, disrupting a pro-Israel meeting on the topic of “Israeli intelligence” led by speaker Itai Shapira. Itai Shapira worked for the Israeli Defense Intelligence in a variety of high-profile positions over … Continue reading Austin: Protesters Disrupt Zionist Meeting on UT Campus

San Fernando: Combative Protest Disrupts Police Event to Demand Justice for Guillermo Amezcua

By David Martinez On Tuesday, protesters marched from Cesar E. Chavez Memorial Park to a city-sponsored event held by the San Fernando Police Department (SFPD), to confront the police and demand justice for the police murder of Guillermo Amezcua. In an act of intimidation during the confrontation, the SFPD attacked the combative protesters and arrested one activist on false pretenses. In April, Amezcua was shot … Continue reading San Fernando: Combative Protest Disrupts Police Event to Demand Justice for Guillermo Amezcua

Women Protest Against Anti-Abortion Bills and Fake Abortion Clinics

By Rachel Foster People across the country this week, including large numbers of women, protested in defense of abortion rights and in opposition to anti-abortion bills being advanced in many states. While most of these actions were organized by the imperialist Democratic Party and liberal non-governmental organizations under the ‘Women’s March’ banner, promoting reformism and electoralism, small actions in Pittsburgh and Kansas City went beyond … Continue reading Women Protest Against Anti-Abortion Bills and Fake Abortion Clinics

Workers Strike, Shut Down Production at All Kellogg’s Cereal Plants

Photo: Kellogg’s Factory in Memphis, Tennessee (Source: Thomas R Machnitzki) By Peter Garland 1,400 workers at Kellogg’s cereal plants went on strike Tuesday after their contract expired, forming picket lines outside all four of the company’s cereal production facilities in the US. The workers are represented by the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers Union (BCTGM), and are striking in Omaha, Nebraska; Battle Creek, … Continue reading Workers Strike, Shut Down Production at All Kellogg’s Cereal Plants

John Deere Workers Determined to Fight, Share Doubts about Union

Photo: John Deere workers and family posing in front of tracker in Davenport, Iowa (Source: UAW Region 4 Facebook) By Sarah Ahmed In September, John Deere workers with United Auto Workers (UAW) locals in Illinois, Kansas, and Iowa voted to authorize a strike with a 99% vote margin. Despite the strong support for a strike, the UAW moved ahead with contract negotiations and announced a … Continue reading John Deere Workers Determined to Fight, Share Doubts about Union

Communist Party of Peru Carries Out Armed Propaganda in La Esperanza

By Ben Robinson The Communist Party of Peru (PCP, Partido Comunista del Perú) carried out an armed agitation and propaganda action in La Esperanza. They raised a red flag emblazoned with the acronym “PCP” along with a hammer and sickle. Below the flag, a poster read, “Warning: If you continue to threaten the Party’s masses, you will be annihilated. The Party has a thousand eyes, a thousand ears. Long live … Continue reading Communist Party of Peru Carries Out Armed Propaganda in La Esperanza

Ecuador: Communist Party of Ecuador-Red Sun Honors Chairman Gonzalo

By David Martinez On October 1, the Communist Party of Ecuador-Red Sun (PCE-SR, Partido Comunista del Ecuador-Sol Rojo) released a statement along with photos of actions in honor of Chairman Gonzalo (Abimael Guzman Reynoso), the leader of the Communist Party of Peru and the Peruvian revolution who died on September 11. Gonzalo was assassinated by the reactionary Peruvian State under the direction of US imperialism, … Continue reading Ecuador: Communist Party of Ecuador-Red Sun Honors Chairman Gonzalo

Guards Torture Political Prisoner Eric King, Bureau of Prisons Destroys Video

Photo: Eric King in a four-point restraint (Source: Government Case File) By David Martinez In 2018, Eric King, a political prisoner from the Ferguson Uprisings for Black lives, was assaulted and tortured by prison guards, who put him in a four-point restraint, splayed-out for five hours, while interrogating him. It was reported last week that the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) destroyed some video evidence of … Continue reading Guards Torture Political Prisoner Eric King, Bureau of Prisons Destroys Video

Workers’ Resistance Bulletin: October 8

Labor Shortages Plague Health Care, Education as Workers Quit in Droves Across the country, tens of thousands of educators and health care workers are quitting their jobs, citing poor pay, burnout, and overwork. Many workers have explained that although these issues have been intensified by the pandemic, they have been present in the health care and education sectors for decades. According to the Morning Consult … Continue reading Workers’ Resistance Bulletin: October 8

International Actions Continue for Chairman Gonzalo

Chairman Gonzalo (Abimael Guzman Reynoso) was assassinated by the old Peruvian State on September 11. Since then, revolutionaries, people’s organizations, and progressives around the world have mobilized to carry out actions to honor his sacrifice and his contributions to the World Proletarian Revolution. Chairman Gonzalo was the leader of the Communist Party of Peru (PCP, Partido Comunista del Perú). He developed the proletarian ideology of … Continue reading International Actions Continue for Chairman Gonzalo