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Freedom for Jailed Workers in Venezuela!

As the Maduro government has attempted to make workers pay for the crisis, it has met the resistance of working-class activists with increasing state repression, arrests, and victimization.

[Audio] Defend the Cuban Revolution!

Jorge Martin appeared on Rupture Radio to discuss the Cuban Revolution, the recent protests that have broken out in the country, the imperialist blockade, and the tasks facing revolutionaries.

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The Assassination of Moïse and the Role of Imperialism in Haiti

Haitian President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated in early July. Many of the details surrounding his assassination are still shrouded in mystery. Who organized the assassination and why?

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Capitalism’s Heat Wave Wreaks Havoc in North America

The capitalist system is responsible for the deadly and unprecedented heat wave in western North America.

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Protests in Cuba: Defend the Revolution!

The situation in Cuba is serious. What are these protests? What is their character? How do we as revolutionaries respond? Defend the Cuban Revolution!

Haiti President Jovenel Moïse Assassinated

Haitian President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated early this morning at his home by unidentified gunmen.

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Overwhelming UN Vote against Blockade of Cuba, which US will Ignore

The US blockade on Cuba is overwhelmingly opposed by the world’s nations. But also, the United Nations is, at best, a toothless talking shop.

Latin America: A Powder Keg About to Explode

In this transcript of a lead off from the recent Latin American IMT school, Jorge Martin analyzes the explosive situation in Latin America, where the masses are erupting in response to the pandemic and the […]

The 8th Congress of the PCC and the Challenges Facing the Cuban Revolution

In April, the Communist Party of Cuba held its 8th congress, which culminated the process of replacing the historical leadership in a context of economic crisis and dangerous economic reforms.

Peru: Castillo’s Election—A Major Political Earthquake

The victory of Pedro Castillo in the Peruvian presidential election reflects the enormous social and political polarization in the country.

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Canada: Mass Grave at Former Kamloops Residential School Exposes Crimes of Colonization

The discovery of a mass grave of 215 children at a former residential school exposes Canada’s history of oppression and genocide against Indigenous people.

Chile Constituent Convention Election Results: A Blow to the Regime Parties

The results of the elections to the Constituent Convention in Chile over the weekend represent a political earthquake, showing a strong rejection of all established parties. This is a political expression (albeit distorted) of the […]