Archive: May 2018

Cover Story

Elections: The people light a fire under the corporate government

The American people are standing up. Teachers are striking. Students are mobilizing. The homeless are organizing. Whether the issue is water, homelessness, environmental destruction, low wages, lack of jobs, poverty, police violence and other violence, healthcare, immigrant …

Editorial

May Day 2018: Teachers say education fight is a ‘turning point’

A striking Oklahoma teacher called the mushrooming struggle around public education “a turning point.” She is right. This year we have seen sweeping, rolling statewide strikes by teachers that began in West Virginia and spread to Oklahoma, Kentucky, Tennessee …

Joann Mae Spotted Bear Announces Presidential Campaign

Joann Mae Spotted Bear Announces Presidential Campaign By Diana Zwinak On June 6, 2018, Joann Mae Spotted Bear, seventh generation Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux, whose family fought in the Little Bighorn and were wounded and survived the Wounded Knee Massacre of …

Caring for one another

Momma Crystal comforts Alex, ahead of a threatened raid of their Dare to Care tent community in Berkeley, CA. After the raid …

An awakening experience

The fear of becoming homeless crept up on me slowly. Housing security had never been an issue as I moved between nine states and two countries over the last thirty years …

Elections: Government must serve the people

More grassroots candidates than ever before are running for office. Many put forth a program that “we the people” have a right to food, water, housing, healthcare and …

Michigan Greens to hold nominating convention in Flint

    The fourth anniversary of the Flint Water Crisis looms large as the Green Party of Michigan prepares to nominate candidates for public office at the organization’s 2018 Nominating Convention. The Snyder Administration recently ended the free bottled water …

Water for Flint, Not Nestlé

Claiming that the water is now safe, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) has launched a surprise attack …

NOW, THE RESISTANCE

In the most powerful nation
on earth, a flame
of fascistic fervor is taking hold,
fueled by privileges, corruption
and greed.

U.S veterans deported. What?

The shocking story of United States veterans deported across the border to Tijuana, Mexico, is told in the video, “The Deported …

The Cry of Mother Earth

The First Ecosocialist International Convocation was held from October 31 to November 3, 2017 in the state of Yaracuay, …

Stop the war, help the people

With each passing day lately, humanity moves closer to another world war, and the threat of a nuclear war that could destroy the …