Archive: October 2019

Editorial

Homeless need housing, not prison camps

  “No FEMA Camps for the Homeless!” has been a rallying cry in the streets and on social media since President Trump’s recent threat to destroy tent communities and force people into federally-run ‘facilities’: empty military bases and other prison …

You are critical to this paper’s future

Make the People’s Tribune October fund drive a success Our country and the world are in crisis, and this has aroused people to build unity in the fight for a new society that …

No FEMA camps for the homeless!

I’ve said it a million times Trump’s next target is the homeless. … Sprung tents in Sacramento … the last shelter had barbed wire like prison and awful …

Camps in the Desert?

Seemingly out of nowhere the discussion among the Los Angeles City Council, the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors, homeless service providers and even some …

‘The climate crisis connects us’

I am from the Xakriabá people in Brazil. I am here today representing the more than 25 million indigenous and traditional communities from the …

Truth is a spark

Truth is a spark.
To the torch of freedom,
Warriors
Throw your spears burnin …

Life was perfect until it wasn’t

Life was perfect until it wasn’t. What I mean is that everything until that year seemed to go according to the natural laws of “life.“ I had two …

International solidarity with GM strikers

  A GM worker in Silao, Mexico sent a recording to GM workers in the US that said, “We are organizing to collaborate for the success of your efforts by not permitting overtime work at General Motors Mexico—because this hurts …

Stop the attacks on migrants!

Attacks on migrants on the U.S.-Mexico border and inside the U.S. are increasingly vicious. The pro-migrant/immigrant movement is also gaining strength …

Resisting the attacks on migrants

“Media suddenly discovered El Paso after the killings, but it has been like this for years. What is different today is the level of militarism by the …

Women janitors and farmworkers unite

Women of all backgrounds and trades have been fighting for equality in the workplace for generations. Much progress has been made, but as we say, the …

American Cry

In my vision
I saw a
small child
wrapped
in a blanket
with a cup

Chicago teachers approve strike

In late September, 94% of the teachers authorized the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) to strike. This photo at Hearst Elementary shows support staff from SEIU …