Opinion: After Tornadoes, Amazon’s Hands Stained with the Blood of Workers

By David Martinez Sadness may surge any time that a worker dies, but it is accompanied by rising class hatred upon hearing of the deaths of workers that were entirely preventable, who die at the hands of the capitalist rulers of society. The six workers at an Amazon facility in Edwardsville, Illinois, last Friday killed by devastating tornadoes can be added to the list of … Continue reading Opinion: After Tornadoes, Amazon’s Hands Stained with the Blood of Workers

Louisiana: Working Class Communities, Indigenous Tribes on Coast, Still Recovering Three Weeks After Ida

By Maria DeCoteau For the people of Terrebonne Parish in Southeastern Louisiana, recovery from Hurricane Ida continues to be front-and-center in everyday life. While the bourgeois state and federal governments fail to adequately address needs for safe housing, water, and electricity, community members are joining together to rebuild after the devastation left in late August. The Pointe-aux-Chenes community is located along Louisiana’s Southeastern coastline and … Continue reading Louisiana: Working Class Communities, Indigenous Tribes on Coast, Still Recovering Three Weeks After Ida