An exposé of a criminal history, a salute to the leadership of women of color in the fightback, and radical demands for resistance.
Voices of Color
Nellie Wong is a citizen of the world. An off-hand comment by her boss, a skin irritation, a homeless person on the street, the smell of food cooking or tanks in Tiananmen Square . . . all these scenes from working class life are her inspirations. Her work is complex, evocative and rich with imagery.
In the face of deadly U.S. government indifference, women lead the charge in caring for the sick and elderly.
Trump wants to cut the already low wages of immigrants in the U.S. as “guest workers,” after bailing out their agribusiness bosses with a $16 billion stimulus.
The joint National Comrades of Color Caucus of the Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women takes issue with the many forms of racism provoked and revealed by the Covid pandemic.
A gripping film about the racist, anti-working class character of gentrification.
Nga Bui, daughter of Vietnamese refugees, on her path to the Freedom Socialist Party.
From crosscut.com, an enjoyable profile of Japanese American activist and iconoclast Mike Tagawa, former Black Panther Party member, retired bus driver, and guitar repairman.
A Latina mother on a mission lambasts the lie that immigrants threaten “national security.”