We Are Human, But In The Dark We Wish For Light

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

For over a decade, Alaa Abd el-Fattah has been in and out of Egypt’s prisons, never free of the harassment of the military state apparatus. In 2011, during the high point of the revolution, Alaa [...]

60 Years After His Death, Fanon’s Ideas Remain The Weapons Of The Oppressed

By Danny Shaw, Toward Freedom. -

Born and raised in what is still France’s Caribbean island colony of Martinique, Fanon was exposed to and shaped by the everyday class and race relations that characterized the island in the [...]

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 [...]

Chile, Two Years After The Popular Uprising

By Atilio Boron, Orinoco Tribune. -

That October 18, 2019 was a blow that, in one fell swoop, brought down the deceptive façade of the conservative regime and inaugurated a new stage in the history of Chile. The enormous injustices [...]

Cuban Intelligence Chief Says ‘US Government Preparing Final Blow’

By W. T. Whitney Jr., People's World. -

Fabián Escalante helped establish Cuba’s state security services. He headed Cuba’s Department of State Security from 1976 to 1996, served as vice minister of the Interior Ministry, and after 1993 [...]

On Rituals And Revolutions In The Mines Of Bolivia

By Ben Dangl, ROAR Magazine. -

The small K’illi K’illi park sits at the top of one of the hillsides cradling the valley that is home to Bolivia’s administrative capital La Paz, providing a striking view of the city below. To [...]

The Sound Of His Approaching Step Wakes Me And I See My Land’s Deprivation

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

On Wednesday, 8 September, party workers of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), India’s ruling political party, attacked three buildings in the Melarmath area of Agartala (Tripura). These attacks [...]

My Friend Michael Ratner

By Michael Steven Smith, Popular Resistance. -

Michael admired courageous people who live their lives without contradictions.  John Brown was one such person. Brown and his band of 19 men captured the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, [...]

How Amilcar Cabral Shaped Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy

By Curry Mallott, Black Agenda Report. -

Amílcar L Cabral was born 12 September 1924 in Bafatá, Guinea-Bissau, one of Portugal’s African colonies. He was murdered on 20 January 1973 by fascist Portuguese assassins just months before the [...]

A Meeting With Historical Combatants

By Yorlis Luna Delgado, Tortilla con Sal. -

A few days ago I had the honor of participating in a meeting of historical combatants of the Southern Front, in a community in the department of Rivas. There is so much to tell that the words [...]

What They Don’t Say About Cuba

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde, People's Dispatch. -

The old-style information war that we have been experiencing for this last week against Cuba, did not start with Biden. Since 2017, the US has been incessantly and inaccurately talking about a [...]

Cuban Leader Warns Of US-Backed Opportunists Seeking To Destabilise

By Steven Sweeney, . -

Mr Diaz-Canel, who spoke to protesters in the municipality of San Antonio de los Banos, said that US-backed opposition figures are using the situation to destabilise the country. "The protests [...]

Preventing A Return To Normal Amidst The Current Catastrophe

By A.M. Gittlitz and Matt Peterson, ROAR Magazine. -

Towards the beginning of our most recent global catastrophe, writer A.M. Gittlitz published I Want to Believe: Posadism, UFOs and Apocalypse Communism, the result of his years-long research on [...]

Scheer Intelligence: The Second American Revolution

By Robert Scheer, ScheerPost.com. -

Revolutions are traditionally marked by the year they began ― 1776, 1789, 1917, 1949 ― which elides the truth that it takes decades, sometimes centuries, for a radical break from the past to [...]