Archive: April 2016

Cover Story

Dictator law poisoned Flint: Harbinger for America?

  A battle is unfolding in America. The workers are fighting for life itself— for food, water, shelter, healthcare, and education against a corporate class that has openly taken over government and is employing it as an instrument of brute …

Editorial

Flint in forefront of battle for health care for everyone

  America’s inability to provide good health care for all is most clearly visible when we have a health catastrophe such as exists today in Flint, Michigan, a city of 100,000. The people of Flint were poisoned with lead and …

God lives in a tent

These days, you don’t have to look far to find tents. Tent cities have popped up across the country—the homes of the displaced and the homeless. …

Homeless assert their right to life

Tent cities are popping up everywhere. Uncaring city governments tear them down as they go up. Homelessness illustrates the decay of an economic system …

Jail the corporate shill, Gov. Rick Snyder!

Thousands in Michigan have organized protests and signed petitions calling for the jailing of Gov. Rick Snyder. At the behest of Flint’s Emergency Manager (EM) appointed by …

Visions of the new world we can have

“The revolution starts in the heart, spreads to the mind, and is highly contagious. Once you get it, it never goes away. The only cure is social change …

2010 BP Oil spill

Concerned citizens of Springfield, Massachusetts, are trying to help our people who have been affected by the British Petroleum (B.P.) oil spill in …

Letter to the editor

Thanks to Tobin Sterritt for the article in the January, 2016 issue of the People’s Tribune, “Former teacher on hunger strike after losing job and home.” An automobile accident …

Requiem for Flint

Wade in the Water
Wade in the Water, children
Wade in the Water
God’s gonna trouble the water