By Leonard Zorfass, Red Phoenix correspondent, New Jersey.
Recent revelations of child labor abuses in the United States have highlighted the exploitation of vulnerable children in our society, particularly those from marginalized communities and migrant workers. The prevalence of child labor is a clear example of the exploitation of the working class, and capitalism’s prioritization of profit over the well-being of workers, especially for children of color and the children of immigrants.
In this triple pandemic of racism, COVID-19, and recession our National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression is issuing a call to all the democratic forces presently engaged in the struggle against racist injustice, the economic slaughter of our communities… Read More ›
The Essex County Freeholders convened on December 11 to decide on two policy proposals. One involved spending on parks. The other proposal was for an oversight committee for the Essex County Correctional Facility. Unfortunately for the freeholders, they were unable… Read More ›
We issue this Call in a sense of outrage in the face of increasing racist violence and political repression towards working class and Black and Brown communities. We are currently facing a national epidemic of state-sponsored violence perpetrated by police… Read More ›
The American Party of Labor resolutely and emphatically condemns the gross violation of international law and fundamental human decency that occurred at the US/Mexico Border when agents of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the US Border Patrol… Read More ›
At a time when national tension concerning our southern border is at its zenith, those in progressive circles are beginning to ask “what is to be done?” To attempt to answer that, I met up with a group of working… Read More ›
Across the United States, a conversation about a caravan of over 1,500 people from Honduras is on the lips of nearly every American and is saturated in our national media. The workers from Honduras are heading to the United States… Read More ›
Three comrades attended the XXVI International Democratic, Anti-fascist and Anti-Imperialist Youth Camp held in Mexico City from July 31st to August 5th of this year. They made the following presentation on behalf of the American Party of Labor: Good morning,… Read More ›
Quito, Ecuador (July 26, 2018) This presentation was delivered by Comrade John Palameda at the 22nd International Seminar as a delegate representing the American Party of Labor. A year has passed since the national secretary of the American Party of… Read More ›
The news regarding Donald Trump’s policy of ripping children from their parents and imprisoning them indefinitely in what can only be called concentration camps has been fast developing, and many on the left have rushed to consider what the implications… Read More ›
At a meeting of Republican California lawmakers at the White House on Wednesday, May 16th, Donald Trump delivered his latest virulently racist and anti-immigrant statement, saying of immigrants crossing the southern border: “You wouldn’t believe how bad these people are. These… Read More ›
The following comes from an interview with Antonio, an undocumented worker from Mexico who has resided and worked in the United States for the last six years. He works as a day laborer, mainly in construction. It’s no secret that… Read More ›
In 1948, CPUSA National Chairman William Z. Foster visited the island of Puerto Rico. Upon his return, he made the following speech in the form of a open letter to US President Harry Truman. It was quite in line, Mr…. Read More ›