Moratorium or Not, Tenants Organize to Fight Evictions, Slum Conditions Across US

Photo: Tenants actions in Indianapolis, Providence, and Kansas City By David Martinez with Vincent Cross, Arthur Boukman, Josefina Morales The expiration of the federal eviction moratorium at the end of July sent the government scrambling to implement another eviction ban, one which predictably does not truly address the looming mass eviction crisis. For a picture of what the current situation looks like for tenants on … Continue reading Moratorium or Not, Tenants Organize to Fight Evictions, Slum Conditions Across US

Indianapolis: Shooting Rampage Targets FedEx Workers

Photo credit: Victim’s families By Jakob Stein On April 15, 19-year-old Brandon Hole opened fire at the FedEx Ground-Plainfield Operation Center in Indianapolis, killing eight workers as well as himself. While the monopoly media has chosen to focus mainly on Indiana’s “Red Flag Law” and how it failed to prevent the shooter from purchasing guns, the fact that it is the imperialist culture that created … Continue reading Indianapolis: Shooting Rampage Targets FedEx Workers

Repression and Resistance: Week in Protest, November 6-12

Cover photo by Jenna Watson “Repression and Resistance” is a column from Tribune of the People that highlights rebellions and repression happening in protests across the US each week. If you want us to cover a protest happening in your city, please send us a pitch. Indianapolis, IN This week protesters took to the streets after it was announced that none of the police officers … Continue reading Repression and Resistance: Week in Protest, November 6-12