Susana Prieto—labor lawyer and prominent activist in the maquiladoras workers’ movement—has been arrested. Our Mexican comrades are launching a solidarity campaign for her release.
In the early hours of Sunday May 3, Venezuelan police and armed forces foiled an attempt by armed men to kidnap Venezuelan officials and spark a military coup.
A major political crisis has broken out in Brazil. The Minister of Justice Moro resigned after president Bolsonaro removed the head of the Federal Police Valeixo, who had been nominated by Moro.
Over the past week, US imperialism has escalated its levels of aggression against the Venezuelan government. Now, naval forces have been deployed near Venezuelan coasts in the Caribbean.
El imperialismo norteamericano está utilizando la crisis por el coronavirus para intensificar su campaña contra el gobierno venezolano. Todos los obreros, jóvenes, y antiimperialistas debemos oponer estos ataques del gobierno estadounidense.
US imperialism is using the coronavirus crisis to ramp up the campaign to overthrow the Venezuelan government. All US workers, youth, and anti-imperialists must oppose these latest moves by the US government.
Los feminicidios son un preocupante síntoma de un sistema mortalmente enfermo. Pequeñas reformas no solucionan los profundos problemas sociales.
Artículo publicado por una camarada cuya hermana fue víctima de un feminicidio. Exigimos justicia para Sara y para todas las víctimas del sistema capitalista. ¡Ni una asesinada más!
The following was written by a comrade whose sister tragically became a victim of femicide, which has become a plague on Mexican society. Not one more woman murdered!
The rise of femicides and violence against women in Mexico is evidence of a sick, oppressive system that must be transformed, root and stem, through class struggle.
We publish here two interviews with members of the Venezuelan IMT, Lucha de Clases, describing the situation in Venezuela and perspectives for the Bolivarian Revolution.
The full weight of the Canadian state is coming down on the Indigenous people of the Wet’suwet’en Nation, where a gas pipeline is being constructed on unceded territory.