The Historic 1968 Struggle Against Columbia University

The Historic 1968 Struggle Against Columbia University How a Black United Front in Harlem, the Students’ Afro American Society, and Students for a Democratic Society took on the Columbia University Ruling Class, Mayor John Lindsay, the New York Times, the...

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The 100th Anniversary of the October Revolution: the Great Breakthrough in Anti-Imperialist Socialism

Read this Article on Greanville Post “History cannot ignore W.E.B. Dubois. It is time to cease muting the fact that Dr. Dubois was a genius who chose to become a Communist.” — Dr. Martin Luther King “Whatever has happened to Stalin, gentlemen,...

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Transformative Organizing in the Age of Trump

January 05, 2017 By Eric Mann I begin with my punchline—the road to defeating Donald Trump is to confront the treachery of the Democratic Party, including that of President Obama and Hillary Clinton—that created the conditions for his election. It is the...

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Palestine—the Most Compelling Reason We Need a Sanders Victory and a Clinton Defeat in California

The California Democratic Primary is this Tuesday, June 7. Whatever “The Movement” means to you, if you care about human decency and international human rights we need a Sanders victory and a Clinton repudiation in California on June 7—and...

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The Strategy Center—Finally—Gets the Tanks and M-16s Out of the LA School System

Today, after 18 months of ferocious uphill organizing the Labor/Community Strategy Center reached an agreement with the Los Angeles Unified School District and the Los Angeles School Police Department. They agreed: To return all military grade weapons to the Department...

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Trumbo — Hollywood’s Anti-Communist Tribute to itself

Trumbo, produced and written by John McNamara and Bruce Cook and starring Bryan Cranston, is billed as a courageous defense of Dalton Trumbo, a well-meaning communist writer. According to the film, Trumbo was little more than a courageous democrat...

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