Police Arrest Seven Pro-Palestine Protestors In Washington D.C.

West Bank - The U.S. police in Washington D.C. arrested on Monday seven pro-Palestine protestors from organizations and associations supporting the Palestinian right during a peaceful [...]

Alicia Jrapko, Presente!

By Gerardo Hernandez Nordelo and Graciela Ramirez, Resumen English. -

With deep sorrow and on behalf of her family, we announce that our dear colleague, sister and friend Alicia Jrapko passed away last evening after fighting a cruel illness for more than two years. [...]

NATO Parliamentarians Send Letter To Biden For No-First-Use Policies

By Unfold Zero, Popular Resistance. -

34 current and former legislators from NATO countries sent a joint letter yesterday to United States President Biden encouraging him to adopt a policy of no-first-use (or sole purpose) of nuclear [...]

Black Radical Internationalist Traditions

By Roy Singham, Black Agenda Report. -

In the 1950’s and 1960’s, it became a juxtaposition of highly educated workers for the most advanced productive forces on the planet, but developed within the unresolved, deeply violent, four [...]

The World Stands With Cuba

By Tanya Wadhwa, People's Dispatch. -

The US-backed counter-revolutionary protests planned for November 15 in Cuba fell flat as the Caribbean country reopened its borders to tourists and its schools on the same day. The Cuban people [...]

Militant Solidarity With Cuba On Display In 80+ Cities Worldwide

By Telesur English. -

Solidarity movements with Cuba, political parties, social groups, and Cuban emigrants in other countries celebrated on Monday the restart of the school year on the island, its economic-productive [...]

Haiti Aided Latinx Independence; Latinxs Return The Favor With Silence

By France François, Afro Resistance. -

In 1815, Spain’s defeat of Simón Bolívar’s revolutionary army in Venezuela nearly extinguished the dream of independence in South America. After the loss, Bolívar sought political asylum in the [...]

A World Without Hunger

By Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. -

On 1 October, the International Peoples’ Assembly (IPA), a network of over 200 social and political movements, had its public launch. The IPA owes its origin to a meeting held in Brazil in 2015 [...]

Black Alliance For Peace Launches International Month Of Action

By Black Alliance for Peace, Popular Resistance. -

The Black Alliance for Peace's Africa Team and the U.S. Out of Africa Network are organizing an international month of action to raise the public's awareness as a contribution to the effort [...]

Historic Africa/CARICOM Summit

By Don Rojas, Black Agenda Report. -

It was an idea whose time had come. On Tuesday, September 5 this idea took material form at the first Africa/CARICOM Summit conducted virtually and broadcast to the world via the Web and social [...]

Statement Of The International Delegation To Nicaragua

By International Delegation To Nicaragua, Black Agenda Report. -

We have come to Nicaragua this week to see for ourselves the lived reality of the Nicaraguan people. We are here from the United States, Brazil, Canada, and Mexico. From July 18 to July 25 our [...]

Western Powers Undermine Haiti, Venezuela Shows Solidarity

By Owen Schalk, The Canada Files. -

On August 14, Haiti was devastated by a magnitude 7.2 earthquake originating from the southern Tiburon Peninsula, 150 kilometres from the capital, Port-au-Prince.  World leaders issued statements [...]

Bolivia And Peru Open ‘Binational Cabinet’ With Social Movements

By Kawsachun News. -

President Arce attended the inauguration of Pedro Castillo and held a meeting with the new Head of State afterwards. Coming out of the meeting Arce stated, “In a meeting with our brother [...]

Mexico Readies Navy Ships To Bring Food, Supplies To Cuba

By Raul Cortes, Reuters. -

Mexico will send two navy ships loaded with food and medical supplies to Cuba, the foreign ministry said on Thursday, after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador blamed the U.S. embargo for [...]

Standing With The Cuban People

By Margaret Kimberley, Black Agenda Report. -

The Movement for Black Lives has an interesting and sometimes contradictory political history. Popularly known as Black Lives Matter (BLM), they gave birth to a now international rallying cry [...]