Class War Violence: Centralia 1919

By Aaron Goings, Brian Barnes, and Roger Snider, Counterpunch.org -

The Centralia American Legion and the leading businessmen of that city had more than a parade in mind when they gathered on November 11, 1919, to celebrate Armistice Day. Apparently believing [...]

Struggles For Another Chile, Another Wallmapu

By Pilar Villanueva-Martinez, Towardfreedom.org -

On October 6th, the Chilean government, led by President Sebastián Piñera, increased public transit fares by four per cent in Santiago. Student led protests began immediately and continued as [...]

Social And Economic Woes Weigh Heavily On Algeria’s Future

By Khelaf Benhadda, Equaltimes.org -

The last eight months have seen the rise of a protest movement without precedent in the history of Algeria. Millions of citizens have taken to the streets, since February 2019, [...]

For The Gilets Jaunes, There Won’t Be An “After”

By ROAR Collective, Roarmag.org -

November 2019 has arrived, bringing in its wake the one year anniversary of the Gilets Jaunes. Those who talked about running out of steam in January, then this spring, then again this summer, [...]

America’s Streets And Squares Are Waiting: Massive Rallies Work!

By Ralph Nader, Nader.org -

Around the world people are marching, rallying, and demonstrating in huge numbers. Some of these countries are ruled by dictators or plutocratic regimes, others are considered democracies. [...]

Algerian ‘Hirak’ Is Neither A Revolution Nor A Social Movement

By Imad Atoui, Dailysabah.com -

Debates about the ongoing Algerian movement called "Hirak" are still highly contested and unclear among political commentators. Political scientists find it difficult to identify, with clearly [...]

The IMF And Class Power In Argentina

By Jason Hirthler, American Herald Tribune -

In the past few weeks in Argentine politics: the administration of Mauricio Macri, the neoliberal handmaiden of global banking elites, was upended in national elections, as the Peronist Alberto [...]

Brazilians March Against Bolsonaro And His Ties To Murder Of Activist

By Mike Fox, The Real News -

Brazilians marched in dozens of cities across the country against the far-right government of president Jair Bolsonaro.  The marches come amid extremely concerning revelations, which allegedly [...]

Coca-Cola Workers Fighting For Their Rights In Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland, And The USA Still Need Your Support

Coca-Cola continues to violate the fundamental rights of workers in Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland and the USA. CLICK HERE to learn more and to send a message to Coca-Cola's CEO and Chairman James [...]

Beirut Is Burning: Rebellion Against The Elites Has Commenced

By Andre Vltchek, Journal-neo.org -

Tires are burning, smoke is rising towards the sky. It is October, the 18th day of the month, the capital city of Lebanon, in the past known as the “Paris of the East”, is covered in smoke. For [...]

UPSers Elect Vote No Activists To Lead Philadelphia Local 623

Teamsters in Philadelphia Local 623 have overwhelmingly elected Richard Hooker and the #623LivesMatter slate. In a four-way race, Hooker beat the incumbent 547-346. That's a 61% to 39% [...]

The PSC-CUNY Contract—The Case For Voting NO

By Charlie Post, Portside.org -

This is one of two contrasting viewpoints posted to Portside Labor today about the PSC (AFT) tentative agreement with CUNY, covering 30,000 faculty (including 12,000 adjuncts), professional and [...]

People Taking To The Streets In All Continents Demanding A Humanised System

By Silvia Swinden, Pressenza.com -

Perhaps international communications and awareness of common issues, in particular amongst young people, have been enhanced by the actions of environmental groups like Greta’s Fridays for the [...]

GM Workers Ratify Contract Though ‘Mixed At Best’

By Chris Brooks and Jane Slaughter, Labornotes.org -

The Auto Workers' strike against General Motors came to a close this weekend after six weeks on the picket lines, with workers voting to ratify a contract that was clearly unloved but accepted [...]

Chicago Teachers Union Attempting To Ram Through Tentative Agreement Over Widespread Opposition

By Kristina Betinis, Wsws.org -

On Wednesday night, the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) House of Delegates approved a tentative agreement that betrays all the aspirations of the 24,000 teachers who have been on strike for ten [...]