“I Believe in the Lawz of Nature”

If u have never heard or read Anna Mae Aquash ‘z statement to the Kourt of South Dakota. She speakz truth to power.  Thiz iz a recommended read to be read again and again. If at all possible gain some rightouz revolutionary knowledge… Anna Mae Aquash Statement to the Court of South Dakota September, 1975 […]

The Story of Charleston’z Hanging Tree

Damon L. Fordham   the Hanging Tree By Professor Damon L. Fordham, MA When people tend to walk or drive down Ashley Avenue and Fishburne Street on Charleston’s West Side, they tend to notice a tree that divides the middle of the street. Most young people and visitors to Charleston do not know the significance […]

Fighting the Worst Pipeline of All: From School to Prison

Another pipeline crossing Indian country threatens our most precious resource. This pipeline has been under construction for nearly a century and has already done irreparable damage to Native people and communities. It doesn’t carry oil or natural gas. It carries Native children, vacuuming them out of schools and transporting them to one of our nation’s […]

Book Review: Tania La Guerrillera Y La Epopeya Suramericana Del Che

by Ehecatl of United Struggle from Within                 permalink Tania La Guerrillera Y La Epopeya Suramericana Del Che (“Tania: Undercover with Che Guevara in Bolivia” is the title of the English translation) Ulises Estrada Ocean Press 2005 Mention the name Che Guevara virtually anywhere in the world and images […]

LATINOPIA BOOK REVIEW “DOWN THESE MEAN STREETZ”

He died an icon, a proverbial legend in his own time. When Mean Streets was published in 1967, Thomas was one of the first modern-day Latinos to publish a book in English. He followed this break-out with two novels, a collection of short stories, and many poems, which he termed “wordsongs” and performed in varied […]

Let Leonard Peltier Go Free

Interview with a Native American Seeking Clemency After 41 Years Behind Bars © Kevin McKiernan Leonard Peltier has petitioned President Obama for clemency, asking for an end to 41 years in captivity. Convicted of aiding and abetting the 1975 killing of two FBI agents, Peltier saw his clemency request to President Clinton in 2000 blocked […]

Songz to Remember Fidel and the Cuban Revolution

Ecuadorean artists pay tribute to Fidel Castro outside the Ecuadorean Cultural House in Quito, Ecuador, Nov. 27, 2016. | Photo: Facebook / Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana On the first ever anniversary of the Cuban Revolution without Fidel Castro, what better way to mark it than with music? Tributes to Fidel Castro poured in from […]

The History of Education az Colonial Apologist: A Marxist Critique

The three interrelated premises of historical development (i.e. the satisfaction of needs, the creation of new needs, and with them, the growth of the size and complexity of society), for Marx and Engels, are universal aspects of history that always exist despite mode of production, mode of cooperation, or degree and form of productive development. […]

Special Appeal from Politikal Prisoner Leonard Peltier

Greetings Sisters, Brothers, Friends and Supporters, Over the past 41+ years, with over 20 years of good time (GT) credit, I have now over 60 prison years of time served. Under the Old Law system that applies to my case, this is by far longer than I was supposed to serve. Per the laws I’m […]

December in Nicaragua – Struggle and Solidarity

  December has been important in the history of Nicaragua and Sandinismo. | Photo: EFE An incomplete review offers a glance at why December is such an important month in Nicaragua’s turbulent history.   There are months of the year that for some more or less mysterious reason, or by mere coincidence, are laden with […]