A member of the El Salvador Bloque Popular Juvenil BPJ [Popular Youth Block] has disappeared and his life may be at risk. Please add your voice to the protest!
Further to our earlier publication we are calling on our supporters to do everything possible to demand that the El Salvador authorities stop harassing left youth and in particular they find the whereabouts of Edwar Francisco Contreras Bonifacio.
FRETECO activist Miguel Campos of Venezuela recently delivered a speech to the Labor Action Congress in St. Louis, MO on the issue of workers control in Venezuela. Here we reproduce his speech in an audio recording, as well as a full transcript.
On the morning of Wednesday, November 8, some 50 Twin Cities residents rallied outside the Mexican Consulate in St. Paul, MN.
On November 20th, a small group of workers and students gathered in downtown Providence to show their solidarity with the people of Oaxaca and the revolutionary movement developing throughout Mexico.
On Thursday, November 27, in the evening, three trade union leaders were assassinated in Aragua, Venezuela.
Threatened with mass layoffs and the closure of the plant, workers at the Delphi plant in Cadiz, Spain have occupied the factory, demanding that it be nationalized under workers’ control, calling for a city-wide general strike to stop the layoffs from happening.
The December presidential elections are an important turning point in the development of the Venezuelan Revolution. They reflect the struggle between the Venezuelan workers and peasants and the oligarchy and imperialism.
As today is the 40th anniversary we publish here a document written in 1979 by Alan Woods analyzing the history of the Chilean labor movement and specially the period of the Popular Unity coalition government of Allende.