I had the honor of joining in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) Black Lives Matter–endorsed protest events this past Saturday evening in Washington, DC, at both Freedom Plaza (a location of one of the Occupy DC encampments back in fall 2011) and the newly named Black Lives Matter Plaza. From what I’ve seen, heard, and read, these recent BLM protests are distinct from the past in that an unprecedented number of white people are joining in solidarity with the protests across the country. The events were Black led and Black voiced, and people were happy to make space in conversation for each other. There was an outpouring of mutual aid from different organizations giving out sanitizer, masks, water, snacks, meals, and street medic...

Our country is in the midst of an unprecedented uprising. Initiated by the African American people and joined by our Asian, Latino, Native American, and white sisters and brothers, millions are saying, “hell no” to institutionalized racism. And this is happening not only in America but also all over the world. Humanity is standing up, demonstrating their solidarity, declaring that George Floyd...

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We, the Communist and Worker's Parties express our solidarity with the multinational working class of the USA and with the NorthAmerican people that have taken to the streets mobilizing against racism, repression, unemployment, and other acute problems caused by the capitalist system of exploitation.

The murder of George Floyd is not an exception, it's a rule racist policy, against...

As has been said, we are at a tipping point moment in our country, and it’s so wonderful to have the strength and analysis of our Party expressed in the report from Joe Sims and the reports that will come from the comrades in the battleground states.

The clock is ticking. We have 150 days until the 2020 election, the election of our lives.

We approach the election from the perspective of the...

PAME salutes the big mobilizations of the workers and the people of the USA against the racist hatred and exploitation.

The American people after already 2 weeks of mass, multiform and militant mobilizations closed the weekend with new huge mobilizations. Protests that proved the enormous power of the people against the most oppressive and anti-democratic machine on the planet.

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Anti-racist protest in Berlin, Germany. Photo: RedGlobe

The brutal murder of George Floyd by officers of the Minneapolis, Minnesota Police Department has led to a massive movement of anti-racist protest not only in the United States but worldwide.

In country after country, street demonstrations and other acts of protest are being carried out with the slogans “I can’t breathe” and “Black Lives Matter” in English and many other languages. Labor...

Trump, followed immediately by Republican governors across the nation, stated that our nation “must reopen.” Those governors then told workers in their states that they must return to work when recalled, or they will have their unemployment benefits cut off.

This past week, with millions more filing jobless claims, the total new claims related to the coronavirus have reached 40 million, meaning...

UFCW International President Marc Perrone issued the following statement about the death of George Floyd:

“Millions of Americans across the country are rightfully angry about the murder of George Floyd and the abhorrent injustices we have witnessed for far too long. Now more than ever, we must stand together to end the hate and discrimination that is poisoning this nation, and to make clear that...

With a nationwide uprising over the public execution of George Floyd, and Trump’s use of military force in D.C.’s Lafayette Square, the country has entered an extremely dangerous period. Institutionalized racist police violence, always present, is now front and center in the COVID-sparked economic crisis.

The pandemic, along with the uprising against racist violence, has raised the stakes...

On June 3, the WFTU Secretariat issued the following statement of protest to the UN and the ILO against the repression exercised by the US government against protesters.

USA: WFTU protest over the US government repression against working people protests

The World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU), representing more than 100 million affiliates who live, toil and struggle in 130 countries of the...

The World Peace Council expresses its categorical and strongest condemnation of the cold-blooded assassination of George Floyd by the police force in Minneapolis, USA.

This recent killing of an unarmed civilian by the police is unfortunately not the first and only case in the United States. Neither is it a phenomenon of the current government only. More than 1,000 lives have been taken by the...

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