Sept. 2020

Editorial

Housing relief now — and ongoing!

  On September 1, in the midst of the pandemic, the limited federal eviction moratorium ended, setting millions of renters and mortgage-payers up for losing their housing. This as unemployment is at an historic high, leaving struggling people at risk …

‘This is the revolution’

In this edition of the People’s Tribune we continue to highlight voices calling for unity against a dangerous police state, for Black …

Women leading the fight for change

New leaders, especially women, are stepping forward to challenge the status quo in this country, using the electoral arena to fight …

Homes not Zones in Hollywood, CA

Homeless organizer General Dogon comments while leading an action by Services not Sweeps, a Los Angeles city-wide coalition. …

Medicare for All: Its time has come

“Each of us must be a hero for our communities, for our country. And then, with a compassionate, and intelligent president, we must …

Fired Amazon worker organizes workers during pandemic

  Editor’s note: Chris Smalls (pictured above) speaks with the People’s Tribune. In May, Amazon ended an unlimited unpaid time-off policy — a policy that gave workers job security and the opportunity to not be exposed during the COVID-19 pandemic. …

The fight for clean and affordable water

The People’s Tribune hosts ongoing discussions with many of our communities, urban, rural and Native, across the country fawater crises. In bringing together

California is burning

California is seeing the largest fires in its history and it isn’t even peak fire season. Over three million acres have burned. The sky is …

The Making of Trump Trauma

The humanitarian crisis at the US-Mexico border has demanded immediate action to stop the suffering that asylum seekers are …

We grieve together

This artwork was created by Elizabeth Perez from approximately 1000 names, including many imprisoned people, who have …

certain hungry ones

certain hungry ones
have the gift of
turning crumbs
into meals
and sharing them