U. S. revolutionary traditions highlighted in Buffalo

By Cameron Orr A contingent of the New York District of the Communist Party USA tabled at the Buffalo event for the third year in a row to celebrate the important U.S. holiday. Juneteenth honors the abolition of slavery in Texas in 1865, the freeing of the last enslaved people in the crumbling Confederacy. Continuing…

Transgender and racially oppressed, a cornerstone of LGBT power

By Michelle Zacarias Reprinted from peoplesworld.org and edited to reflect New York conditions Last weekend, a coalition of progressive and community-based groups supported Chicago’s Annual Pride Parade by bringing attention to the needs of racially and nationally oppressed people and transgender people within the LGBT community. Members from the BTGNC Collective, Black Lives Matter Chicago,…

Belize – Between Guatemala and Cuba

Margarito Gaspar Vega, Deputy Prime Minister of Belize, in June 2016 at the 7th Summit of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) in Havana, Cuba, tells the Cuban President that Belize is very grateful for all the support his country has received when “it has most needed it.” (Granma) By Evan X Hyde Belize’s education system appears…

Does law enforcement believe their own defense?

By Gabe Falsetta Another tragic NYPD killing of an African American – this time, an elder with a history of mental illness – has brought Sergeants Benevolent Association President, Ed Mullins to once again give his interpretation of the shooter’s innocence after the officer was indicted on murder charges May 31st. According to the June…