No to Imperialist Intervention in Haiti!

The imperialists have plunged Haiti into a misery without parallel in the Americas. Now, Canada, the United States, and the UN are openly discussing a new intervention in Haiti.

Scarcity, Blackouts, and Migration in Cuba: Will the New Economic Measures Help?

The Cuban Revolution is at a very dangerous crossroads. It can only be saved through workers’ democracy and proletarian internationalism.

Hurricane Ian Batters Cuba: Blackout and Protests

Hurricane Ian battered Cuba last week. Thanks to Cuba’s effective civil defense system, the loss of life was minimal, although material damage was very extensive.

El huracán Ian azota Cuba

Llegó a Cuba el huracán Ian azotando la isla durante siete horas. Gracias a las eficientes sistema de defensa civil para prevenir los daños, la pérdida de vidas fue mínima aunque los daños materiales fueron […]

Hurricanes, Bankruptcy, and Austerity: Puerto Rican Workers Pay for Capitalist Crisis

Hurricane Fiona dealt a catastrophic blow to Puerto Rico, causing devastating floods and the collapse of the water and power infrastructure. This event marks yet another chapter in the island’s perpetual squeeze by US capitalism.

Starbucks Workers Serve up Shot of Strike Action in Fight for Union Rights

After being hit with a wave of retaliatory firings of union organizers across the US in recent months, Starbucks workers have responded in kind with a string of walkouts and strikes.

Lessons of the Chilean Constitutional Referendum Defeat: The October Process Is Not Over, the Fight Continues!

The most committed Chilean workers are beginning to awaken from the democratic illusions fostered by the ruling class, and in the heat of this frustrated experience, they will return to their fighting spirit.

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Puerto Rico: Protest against Privatized Electrical Company Met with Police Brutality

On August 25, Old San Juan was engulfed in tear gas as riot police once again brutally suppressed a protest opposite the Governor’s Palace.

Puerto Rico: Brutalidad policial en protesta contra compañía eléctrica privatizadora LUMA

El 25 de agosto, el Viejo San Juan quedó sumido en gas lacrimógeno cuando unidades antidisturbios de la policía de Puerto Rico volvieron a reprimir brutalmente una manifestación frente al palacio del gobernador.

Venezuelan Gold Heist: British Imperialism Turns to Piracy

The High Court in London ruled that the Bank of England can withhold over $1 billion worth of gold reserves from the democratically-elected government of Venezuela. This is a plain and simple act of piracy.

Ecuador: Lessons from the June 2022 National Strike

The great national strike in Ecuador ended after 18 days of struggle. It is important to discuss the lessons of June 2022 to prepare for new rebellions in Ecuador and beyond.

Petro Achieves a Historic Victory in Colombia: Now Fight for Socialism!

Gustavo Petro and Francia Marquez have won the electoral contest in the Colombian presidential election against right-wing demagogue Rodolfo Hernandez.