Nov/Dec 2019

No housing! No peace!

Robert Woodlief, John Thompson, Nick Marini, and Manuel Murillo lived in a vacant lot behind Ross Clothing in Santa Cruz in November 2018. “We heard …

Fighting for Mother Earth

“Our rage as a nation has to burn as fiercely as every fire we witness—for the retiree who’s lost their entire life savings, for the family forced to evacuate from a home …

PG&E must go!

During October, millions of people in the San Francisco Bay Area and northern California were without electricity for days as Pacific Gas & Electric shut down power to prevent …

#NoKXL!

“On this day [Nov. 6] in 2015, I was combining corn. I got a call from a national media source wanting my reaction to President Obama’s rejection [of the XL pipeline]. After …

Kentucky fights for water as a human right

Kentucky’s Martin County Concerned Citizens say 50% of county residents cannot afford their monthly water bill. People also say the water is often undrinkable, making …

Residents mourn loss of fighter for Flint

Flint residents were heartbroken upon hearing about the recent death of Congressman Elijah Cummings. Representative Cummings was ranking member of the Oversight …

Programs of Presidential candidates

On this page we highlight some presidential candidates. Our aim is to help our readers determine what program might help “we, the people” continue our fight for a …

Chicago Teachers prepare for strike

In September, about 90% of the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) voted, and of those, 96% approved a strike. On September 28, the CTU set a strike …

Speed rail to love

“After watching my friends at the Minority Humanitarian Foundation (MHF) create a modern humanitarian speed rail—nightly trips getting asylum seekers off the side …

Veteran deported

A Marine combat veteran who served in Iraq was deported to El Salvador in October. He is one of hundreds of other veterans who have suffered a similar fate. He lived in the …

Remove law enforcement from youth services

In San Jose, there’s a challenge to the role of law enforcement in youth services and a push back against a further criminalization of Black and Raza youth. The city has a nationally …

In memory of Robert “Bob” Brown

We at the People’s Tribune are deeply saddened by the sudden death in early November of our long-time friend and colleague Bob Brown, passionate revolutionary thinker and …

Save historic community center in Los Angeles

Several months ago, I attended a meeting organized by Jabari Jumaane, Executive Director of the AFIBA Center in Los Angeles, CA. AFIBA is the acronym for African Firefighter In …

People’s Tribune needs you!

As the country slips deeper into crisis and is inundated with the corporate media’s lies and distractions, the People’s Tribune is needed more than ever. This paper …

Are you a designer? The People’s Tribune needs your help

  Are you a designer and want to contribute your talents to support the People’s Tribune’s mission? We are looking for designers to help us put together the monthly print edition of our newspaper, who have experience using Adobe InDesign …