By Hari Kumar, Red Phoenix international correspondent. From all the untold and unnamed before and in between these names — Emmett Till, Rodney King, Eric Garner, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd — in 2023, add Tyre Nichols. After George Floyd’s death… Read More ›
The National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression Calls for Protests the Day After The November Presidential Election (November 4, 2020) After the election, the peoples mandate for change must be carried out.
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 ›
Originally published in Evrensel Daily: US student Toivo Asheeke wrote on the ongoing protests: “It was the first time to discuss the financial resources of the police, who emerged as slave hunters.” Toivo ASHEEKE Student at Binghamton University. With protests,… Read More ›
On Sunday, November 24, 2019, the Final Plenary of the Conference to Refound the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression approved the following Resolution: Whereas we called this conference to re-found the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression… 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 ›
“National and racial chauvinism is a vestige of the misanthropic customs characteristic of the period of cannibalism. Antisemitism, as an extreme form of racial chauvinism, is the most dangerous vestige of cannibalism. Antisemitism is of advantage to the exploiters as… Read More ›
Torn between the influence of gangs, drug dealers, prostitutes, thieves, and ethically depraved financial opportunities, Ernest set the goal of Honest Work for himself because he saw the destruction that desperate criminality entailed.
Political Declaration of the XXVI International Democratic, Antifascist and Anti-imperialist Youth Camp
Translated by Red Phoenix Staff. Amid intense inter-imperialist tensions, as a consequence of the weakened capitalist economy on a world scale; before the rise of fascist politicians, as well as the danger of war that every day threatens all the… Read More ›
Presentation of the Delegation of the American Party of Labor to the XXVI International Democratic, Anti-Fascist and Anti-Imperialist Youth Camp
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 ›
“Karl Marx’s Legacy in the Reinvigoration of the US Labor Movement:” Presentation by the American Party of Labor at the 22nd International Seminar on the Problems of the Revolution in Latin America.
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 ›
By Ekim KILIÇ Originally published in Evrensel (07/03/2018) Mumia Abu Jamal: “The Black struggle will not end until repression is over.” The former member of the Black Panthers and Evrensel’s contributor Mumia Abu-Jamal answered our questions from the State Correctional Institution… Read More ›
By Ekim Kilic Originally published in Evrensel (04/09/2018) Under US law, Puerto Rico is defined as an “unincorporated territory of the United States.” The Caribbean Island declared bankruptcy in May 2017 due to public debt. Then, in September 2017, it… Read More ›
Basically, you are stepping in where the state will not, for the people that the state has forgotten. I wouldn’t even say forgotten. The people who the state has consciously decided to ignore.
Would you mind if we start off with some background about yourself? Your name, where you came from, where you grew up, when you started working with Black Lives Matter, etc.? My name is Jalen Evans. I grew up in… Read More ›