Revolution and Black Struggle: Marxism as a Weapon Against Racism and Capitalism

by Marcello Pablito Racism, Capitalism, and Slavery In his most important work, Marx states that “Labour in a white skin cannot emancipate itself where it is branded in a black skin.”1 Despite attempts by political and intellectual groups to deny Marx and Engels’ (and, by extension, revolutionary Marxism’s) uncompromising stance against racism, the founders of scientific […]

Notes on Advancing the Struggle Inside: ghettos and imprisonment

by el Independista of United Struggle from Within         permalink There can be no doubt a capitalist system excludes a majority of any country’s populace from decision-making processes. These people are excluded only for their class and nation characteristics. Capitalism has two ways of addressing this exclusion: ghettos and imprisonment. Oppressed nations, lower classes and lumpen […]

Erasing the Line: The Organic Link Between the Struggles of the Working Class, Amerika’s Prison Population, and Black Amerika (by Jason Renard Walker, Deputy Minister of Labor – NABPP-PC)

One of the most important ways that a tiny 0.01% of the population controls all of society is through its police, military, and prisons. These are some of the fascist institutions within capitalism that, through its control of mass media, can shape and mold how the contradictions between the capitalist class and working class are […]

“Don’t Surrender, Don’t Sell Out:” The Zapatistas’ First International Gathering of Women Who Struggle

By Heather Gies Zapatista women and thousands of women from around the world listen to the opening address kicking off the first International Political, Artistic, Sporting, and Cultural Gathering of Women who Struggle in the Zapatista Caracol in the Tzots Choj region, Chiapas, Mexico, March 8, 2018. Photo by Heather Gies Women insurgents wearing the […]

The Chains That Bound Blacks and Indigenous Americans

Blacks and Native Americans share a history of enslavement at the hands of European settlers, said Dr Gerald Horne, professor of history and African American studies at the University of Houston and author of the new book, The Apocalypse of Settler Colonialism: The Roots of Slavery, White Supremacy, and Capitalism in 17th Century North America and the Caribbean. […]

TROUBLE #10: SCHOOL’S OUT

  https://archive.org/download/TroubleS2E2/Trouble_S2_E2_360.mp4 Download HD * SD * Translate * Torrent * Subtitles (Spanish Sections) * Screening Kit * Screening Kit for Students * Poster Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 34:49 — 156.6MB) | Embed YEAR 2018 LENGTH 34 MINS  Greetings Troublemakers! This month we bring you a new episode of Trouble entitled “School’s Out: (more) student struggles against capital and the state” These are hard times for those pursuing a so-called “higher education”. All around […]

Notes on Advancing the Struggle Inside: ghettos and imprisonment

by a Colorado prisoner         permalink   There can be no doubt a capitalist system excludes a majority of any country’s populace from decision-making processes. These people are excluded only for their class and nation characteristics. Capitalism has two ways of addressing this exclusion: ghettos and imprisonment. Oppressed nations, lower classes and lumpen […]

This is the amerikkka you love

Jesse Washington in 1916 was castrated , beaten with shovels & bricks, & had his ears cut off. Afterwards he was set on fire. He tried to climb up the tree to get out of the fire, so they chopped his fingers off…….Jesse was only 15 years old. #shamewhitehistorymonth