Austin: Support Committee Commemorates International Working Women’s Day

By Nélida Tello The Austin Tribune of the People Support Committee commemorated International Working Women’s Day on March 6 with a presentation at a park on the history and significance of the combative, red holiday. The presentation began with attendees singing The Internationale, the song that unites the proletariat and workers of the world in their struggle for liberation. A red flag hung from a … Continue reading Austin: Support Committee Commemorates International Working Women’s Day

Pittsburgh: Tribune Support Committee Hosts Study on Art and Revolution

By Blake Garrison Last week, the Pittsburgh Tribune of the People Support Committee hosted a study on Mao’s, Talks At the Yenan Forum on Literature and Art. The study was attended by workers, artists, and students, who discussed making art that serves the people instead of the interests of the ruling class. In the text, Mao says, “reactionaries have money, and though they can produce … Continue reading Pittsburgh: Tribune Support Committee Hosts Study on Art and Revolution

Austin: Tribune Support Committee Hosts Art Show for Targeted Three

By Dmitri Sans Last weekend, the Tribune of the People Support Committee in Austin hosted its first art show as a fundraiser for the legal fees of the Targeted Three. A total of 30 artists donated their works to sell for the event, and over $3500 was received in donations. Tribune print issues were handed out in English and Spanish and Defend the Targeted 3 … Continue reading Austin: Tribune Support Committee Hosts Art Show for Targeted Three

Austin: Support Committee Commemorates Ayotzinapa with Day of the Dead Ofrenda

By Nélida Tello On Sunday, October 10, the Tribune of the People Support Committee in Austin held a cultural event commemorating the sixth anniversary of the disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa normalistas (students training to be teachers) and other instances of reactionary violence of the Mexican state against the people. An ofrenda (memorial altar) was set up at the pulga (flea market) in the Montopolis … Continue reading Austin: Support Committee Commemorates Ayotzinapa with Day of the Dead Ofrenda