Book review: The compelling story of trainees who put their bodies on the line to break into the electrical trades at Seattle City Light.
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Fake news: The brave, far-sighted co-leader of the Russian Revolution is portrayed as a bloodthirsty sex-monger.
Co-authored by Mumia Abu-Jamal and Stephen Vittoria, this unique book exposes the early history of the United States that we were never taught in school.
Remezcla.com offers commentaries on what many critics are calling the year’s best movie, now in theaters and on Netflix. (P.S. Also check out the director’s Children of Men.)
Revolution 2.0 shows that a brilliant use of social media is not a substitute for revolutionary parties that have absorbed the lessons of previous struggles.
Two brilliant films creatively use Afro-surrealism to blast their political targets.
A fascinating Democracy Now! interview with the communist, multi-talented creator of Sorry to Bother You.
Palestinians tell their own story in The Last Earth. Author Ramsey Baroud teaches Palestinian history “as told by its tenacious victims, not barefaced aggressors.”
“A semi-complete history” of her reactionary tweets from vox.com. Plus: An FSP presidential slate went head to head with pseudo-candidate Barr in 2012.
A new documentary on Raisin in the Sun author Lorraine Hansberry, 1960s-era Black radical and artist.