The current editor-in-chief of the Red Phoenix is June Vass, an American Party of Labor member in Los Angeles, CA.
Hollywood Blacklist: “Spartacus”
By Ed Rampell, Red Phoenix guest contributor, California. (Note: This is the edited text for Rampell’s introduction to the April 29 screening of Spartacus at the Academy Museum for The Hollywood Ten at 75 Film Series from April 13-30 commemorating… Read More ›
Editorial: On sensible regulation of firearms
By Benjamin J. Rizzo, Deputy National Chair of the American Party of Labor. So-called gun control is a controversial topic in the American communist movement, with many communists vehemently opposing any regulations or restrictions on the ownership and purchase of… Read More ›
The threat of fascism is looming in the U.S.
By Devin B., Red Phoenix correspondent, New York. The Southern Poverty Law Center reported that they tracked the presence of 35 hate groups in NY state in 2021, ranging from “general hate” groups to white nationalist and anti-LGBTQ organizations. The… Read More ›
Haymarket Martyrs’ Monument vandalized
By the Illinois Labor History Society. On November 11, 1887, four self-identified anarchists were hung by the neck at the Cook County jail, convicted under circumstantial pretenses that they had conspired to throw a bomb into the police on May… Read More ›
Reform cannot fix it! Only economic system change can combat climate change!
By Devin B., Red Phoenix correspondent, New York. In recent decades, the capitalist ruling class has had to face the reality of the ongoing destruction of the Earth’s ecosystems and its inevitable consequences for human survival in the coming years…. Read More ›
The second round of the presidential election in Turkey and the results of the unequal equation!
The most important lesson that the opposition should learn from these elections is that despite the unequal equation, it is in the government’s favour to prevent the struggle of the people by equating change and democracy only with votes. By… Read More ›
EMEP’s election statement: United people’s struggle will overthrow the one-man regime
Labour Party of Turkey (EMEP) made a statement on the presidential and parliamentary elections held on 14 May. EMEP called on all laborers to mobilize to overthrow the one-man regime in the second round. “Despite the ruling party’s use of… Read More ›
Supporters of Palestine will gather worldwide this weekend
A press release from Samidoun (Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network). Editor’s note: This press release was written for New York City. Please visit the global event calendar to find an action near you. Supporters of Palestine from across the New York… Read More ›
Artificial intelligence, art, capitalist contradictions
By Justine S., Red Phoenix correspondent, Minnesota. What is the Marxist-Leninist perspective on Artificial Intelligence (AI) generated art? Firstly what is art? Bourgeois academics and artists alike tell us that art is beauty, truth, something which captures an idea, something… Read More ›
Indigenous people of Sumatra protest P&G deforestation at Ohio May Day
By Robin H., Red Phoenix correspondent, Ohio. On May Day, activists with the Rainforest Action Network, The Blackbird Collective, and Study Group for the People’s Initiative Development (KSPPM), and representatives from the Pargamanan-Bintang Maria community of Sumatra, Indonesia, marched in… Read More ›
Sex education overhaul endangers Florida youth and public health
By the Women’s Commission of the American Party of Labor. The Florida House and Senate have passed HB 1069—a bill to overhaul sex education in schools—amidst a nationwide wave of legislation targeting reproductive rights and the LGBTQIA+ community. Florida has… Read More ›
Letter to the Phoenix: Teachers, the front line revolutionaries
Note: The Red Phoenix does not edit the content of letters and reproduces them as a glimpse into the minds of working people in the United States. The Red Phoenix received the following letter from A. Dewy, a public school… Read More ›
Economic problems and elections dominated May Day rallies in Turkey
The economic crisis, poor working conditions and the presidential and parliamentary elections to be held on May 14 dominated the May Day rallies. Published in Evrensel Daily. May Day, International Day of Unity, Struggle and Solidarity of the Working Class… Read More ›
Paddy Whalen: Tribune of the People
By the Maryland Division of the American Party of Labor. The American Party of Labor is proud to announce the foundation of a Maryland state Division, headquartered in the Baltimore metropolitan area. After a period of deliberation, the Maryland comrades… Read More ›
Unionized Starbucks workers strike again
By Justine S., Red Phoenix correspondent, Minnesota. On April 27, Starbucks workers at 300 Snelling Ave S. in St. Paul, Minnesota, returned to the picket line after the nationwide strike on March 2022, demanding a return to the regular 20-person… Read More ›