An in-depth analysis of the crisis of racial justice and the fight for Black lives today in a country ravaged by pandemic and economic freefall.
civil liberties & police
How we won the fight to expel the police guild from our labor council – A Seattle delegate’s firsthand report
On June 17 the mass passion for racial justice leapt from the streets right into the Zoom meeting of the Martin Luther King Jr. County Labor Council (MLK Labor) in Seattle.
Speakers Christina López and Gil Veyna: Cops out of the labor movement
These two speeches were made at a June 17 rally called to support expelling the Seattle Police Officers Guild (SPOG) from the Martin Luther King County Labor Council.
Nga Bui speaks in support of an elected civilian review board
Freedom Socialist Party (FSP) and Radical Women (RW) member Nga Bui speaks out at a press conference calling for an elected civilian review board (ECRB) and independent prosecutor to rein in police violence.
Exigimos reformas radicales para parar los asesinatos policiales
Las ardientes y masivas manifestaciones por la justicia racial, iniciadas en gran parte por jóvenes negros furiosos, se han encendido en respuesta en los asesinatos policiales de George Floyd, Breonna… Read more »
Dynamic press conference of the NYC Campaign for an Elected Civilian Review Board
June 8 at 1 Police Plaza Path: City councilmember Inez Barron introduces legislation to hold cops accountable.
We Demand Radical Reforms to Stop Police Murder
For an elected civilian review board to hold cops accountable!
Rallies to stop deaths in custody assert the right to protest and build momentum for a solution
Saturday, 6 June 2020 was historic. Across the continent, hundreds of thousands of people participated in huge First Nations-led Stop Deaths in Custody/Black Lives Matter protests.
Arden las barricadas en Estados Unidos
Este 31 de mayo el mundo fue testigo de un acontecimiento histórico: los fuegos de la rebelión de masas estallaron a un par de centenares de metros de la Casa… Read more »
Barricades are burning in the United States
Committee for Revolutionary International Regroupment statement: “On May 31, an historic event – mass rebellion broke out a few hundred yards from the White House.”