London: Watchdog Finds Brutal Protest Crackdown ‘Justified’ after Police Murder

By Nélida Tello On March 30, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services concluded an investigation into the brutal police response to the vigil held for Sarah Everard, a woman who was abducted and murdered by Diplomatic Protection Command officer Wayne Couzen last month. The vigil turned into a protest which took on not only a position against anti-women violence, but also … Continue reading London: Watchdog Finds Brutal Protest Crackdown ‘Justified’ after Police Murder

Brazil: Victorious MFP Meeting Brings Together Peasant Women in the Ponte da Aliança Operário-Camponesa Region

Editor’s Note: We reproduce the following unofficial translation of the Victorious MFP meeting that has brought peasant women together in Ponte da Aliança and published by Movimiento Feminino Popular On March 8, International Working Women’s Day was celebrated through a vigorous meeting of peasant women that gathered, throughout the 7th, young and adult companions from 10 peasant and quilombola (descendants of runaway slaves) areas, including … Continue reading Brazil: Victorious MFP Meeting Brings Together Peasant Women in the Ponte da Aliança Operário-Camponesa Region

Atlanta Shooting Spree is Sexist Violence, Imperialism to Blame

Photo credit: Reuters By the Editorial Board Since Tuesday, the monopoly media has been in an uproar over the shooting spree in Atlanta in which the 21-year-old reactionary Robert Aaron Long targeted three Asian massage parlors, killing eight people and wounding another. Much of the discussion in the aftermath of the killings have focused on the fact that six of the eight people murdered were … Continue reading Atlanta Shooting Spree is Sexist Violence, Imperialism to Blame

Opinion: The Proof Is in the Practice

By Ed Dalton In the absence of a Communist Party—and such are the conditions in the US—there are going to be scores of relatively small, rival groups. It would be fairly silly to assume these could cooperate or get along under the most common circumstances. This situation leaves new activists, and newer students of revolutionary theory at practice, in a difficult bind. Whom to support, … Continue reading Opinion: The Proof Is in the Practice

MFP Brazil: Long Live March 8th, International Working Women’s Day! Raise up the Women of the People for the Revolution!

Editor’s Note: We share this unofficial translation of a statement released by the Popular Women’s Movement (MFP) of Brazil published in honor of March 8, International Working Women’s Day. By Movimento Feminino Popular On this 8th of March, once again, we women of the MFP (Movimento Feminino Popular) – Popular Women’s Movement greet our glorious proletarian class and especially the women of the people of … Continue reading MFP Brazil: Long Live March 8th, International Working Women’s Day! Raise up the Women of the People for the Revolution!

Celebrating International Working Women’s Day 2021

On March 8, 2021, International Working Women’s Day (IWWD) was celebrated in the United States and around the world with marches, rallies, cultural performances, and more. The red proletarian holiday, celebrated annually by revolutionaries across the world for well over a century, is an important occasion to raise up the call to mobilize women as a force for proletarian revolution. United States Port Hueneme Carrying … Continue reading Celebrating International Working Women’s Day 2021

March 6: Sixty-Sixth Birthday of Comrade Sandra Lima

Editor’s Note: We share the following unofficial translation of an article from the comrades at A Nova Democracia honoring the life of Sandra Lima as part of celebrating International Working Women’s Day. By the Editor-in-Chief of A Nova Democracia An Example of a Remarkable Revolutionary Leader Born in São Domingos do Prata, in the interior of Minas Gerais, Sandra Lima moved permanently to Belo Horizonte … Continue reading March 6: Sixty-Sixth Birthday of Comrade Sandra Lima

Celebrate March 8th, International Working Women’s Day

By the Editorial Board International Working Women’s Day (IWWD), marked every year on March 8, is a militant celebration observing the strength and organizing of proletarian women, but it is not a day for women alone as it holds historical significance for the proletarians of the world. On March 8, 1917, the February Revolution broke out in Russia. It was working women who led the … Continue reading Celebrate March 8th, International Working Women’s Day

Santa Paula: Community Protests New Police Chief with History of Sexual Abuse

Photo credit: @La Hummingbird Flicks  By Serran Soledad Last Saturday, community members protested outside the Santa Paula Police Department (SPPD), demanding the removal of newly hired Police Chief Travis Walker. In 2019, Walker was dismissed from his position as police chief of Cathedral City following a lawsuit stemming from allegations of sexual harassment against a female officer. The announcement of his hiring drew backlash from … Continue reading Santa Paula: Community Protests New Police Chief with History of Sexual Abuse

Better Understanding the Oppression of Women with Selections from Anuradha Ghandy

Tribune of the People has pointed out attempts to revise the work of Comrade Anuradha Ghandy through poor study and deliberate manipulation, so we reproduce the following sections of the booklet Philosophical Trends in the Feminist Movement, which was published in People’s March in 2006, while Ghandy was working underground as a leader of the Communist Party of India (Maoist). In contrast to the idealism … Continue reading Better Understanding the Oppression of Women with Selections from Anuradha Ghandy