San Diego: Vessel Smuggling Migrants Capsizes, 3 Dead

Photo credit: KGTV By Nélida Tello On Sunday, a 40-foot vessel capsized near Point Loma in San Diego as 31 migrants were being smuggled into the US by sea. Three died in the wreck and the captain, a US citizen, was detained by US Immigrant and Customs Enforcement (ICE). One Guatemalan and 30 Mexican nationals were on board when the boat capsized—footage taken by onlookers … Continue reading San Diego: Vessel Smuggling Migrants Capsizes, 3 Dead

Week in Struggle: April 30-May 6

Turkey Banners signed by the Communist Party of Turkey/Marxist-Leninist (TKP/ML) have been documented in the Mayıs and Esenyurt districts of Istanbul celebrating the 49 year anniversary of the Party, reading, “To 49 Years” and “To 49 Years of the Proletarian Party, TKP/ML,” along with the insignia of TKP/ML and the Liberation Army of the Workers and Peasants of Turkey (TİKKO)  Brazil In Ananindeua, Pará the Anani … Continue reading Week in Struggle: April 30-May 6

Week in Struggle: April 23-29

Brazil At a meeting hosted by Movimiento Feminino Popular (MFP) in Camp Tiago dos Santos, women peasants carried out a solidarity action with A Nova Democracia who is facing state repression and chanted, “From the north of Brazil, from the Tiago dos Santos camp, the peasants salute this great newspaper at the service of the people.” The Brazilian Association of People’s Lawyers Gabriel Pimenta (Abrapo) … Continue reading Week in Struggle: April 23-29

Week in Struggle: April 16-22

Turkey In Istanbul, two red banners were dropped in support of the Communist Party of Turkey/Marxist-Leninist (TKP/ML) and the Liberation Army of the Workers and Peasants of Turkey (TIKKO). One banner read, “Long Live Our Party TKP/ML Red Army TIKKO,” in Kurdish and the other read, “Glory to its 49th Anniversary,” in Turkish. Brazil In Campina Grande, residents carried out action demanding vaccines and financial … Continue reading Week in Struggle: April 16-22

Week in Struggle: April 9-15

Brazil For more than 10 days, peasants have been facing off with reactionary forces who attempt to carry out a massacre in Camp Manoel Ribeiro. The revolutionary peasant newspaper Resistencia Camponesa recorded footage of peasants expelling the Military Police, Tactical Force, and Mobile Tactical Patrol from their camp as they chanted: “Even if the thing thickens, this land is ours! Now, now! All Santa Elina, we will … Continue reading Week in Struggle: April 9-15

Imperialist Biden Tells Immigrants from Oppressed Countries ‘Don’t Come Over’

By David Martinez Imperialism makes trouble as a law of its existence and will do everything it can to deny and distract from its primary role in sowing the misery of the world’s people, but will never shy away from telling the people what it thinks is best for them. In a typical display of this arrogance, head of US Imperialism Joe Biden made the … Continue reading Imperialist Biden Tells Immigrants from Oppressed Countries ‘Don’t Come Over’

Mexican Military General Arrested on Drug Trafficking Charges

By Nélida Tello Former Mexican Secretary of Defense Salvador Cienfuegos was arrested at the Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday by Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents on drug trafficking and money laundering charges. The military general assisted the H-2 Cartel, extending protection to the cartel as well as military equipment to transport drugs. Cienfuegos served 48 years in the Mexican military and was appointed Secretary … Continue reading Mexican Military General Arrested on Drug Trafficking Charges

Austin: Support Committee Commemorates Ayotzinapa with Day of the Dead Ofrenda

By Nélida Tello On Sunday, October 10, the Tribune of the People Support Committee in Austin held a cultural event commemorating the sixth anniversary of the disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa normalistas (students training to be teachers) and other instances of reactionary violence of the Mexican state against the people. An ofrenda (memorial altar) was set up at the pulga (flea market) in the Montopolis … Continue reading Austin: Support Committee Commemorates Ayotzinapa with Day of the Dead Ofrenda

Mexico: Without Class Analysis There is No Women’s Emancipation

By Nélida Tello Last Friday, nongovernmental organization (NGO) Ni una Menos (Not One Woman Less) Mexico occupied the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) in Mexico City, demanding justice for the women victims of sexual abuse, disappearances, and extrajudicial killings. This occupation, and the women’s protests before it, have failed to teach women how to fight against their biggest class enemies, namely US imperialism. Instead, women’s … Continue reading Mexico: Without Class Analysis There is No Women’s Emancipation

Mexico: Donation Campaign for Community Cultural Center in Honor of Fallen Revolutionary

By David Martinez Revolutionaries in Mexico have initiated a donation and solidarity campaign for a community cultural center in Oaxaca bearing the name of revolutionary Luis Armando Fuentes Aquino, also known as ‘Comandante Gato,’ who was killed in a paramilitary ambush in 2019. The campaign is being carried out by Corriente del Pueblo Sol Rojo (Current of the People Red Sun) and Las Vanders Collective. … Continue reading Mexico: Donation Campaign for Community Cultural Center in Honor of Fallen Revolutionary