fascism / racism / Uncategorized

Organizing against white nationalism in suburban Philly

  A community meeting (5/24/17) in Bristol, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia, sent a clear message to white nationalists who have been posting flyers in the community — You will not divide us! Originally published May 2017 by John Leslie The meeting of about 70 community members — co-sponsored by One Bucks, The Bucks County Peace … Continue reading

fascism

Mass Mobilization and Solidarity Can Defeat The Far Right

Since the presidential inauguration, far-right forces have been mobilizing under the slogan of free speech. Right-wing demonstrations began in February with a clash between rightists and anti-fascist activists who were intent on stopping a speech by Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos. This confrontation gave the so-called alt-right the opportunity to play the victim and advance their violent agenda … Continue reading

US Politics

Into the streets: A call for socialist unity in action for inauguration weekend and beyond

Into the streets! A call for socialist unity in action for inauguration weekend and beyond Issued by the Boston Socialist Unity ProjectBoston Socialist Unity Project and the Philly Socialists Comrades and friends, The election of Donald Trump has unleashed extreme right-wing forces intent on doing harm to oppressed and working class people. The Trump campaign, … Continue reading

racism / US Politics

Defend George Ciccariello-Maher!

Defend George Ciccariello-Maher! We present here a statement by Professor George Ciccariello-Maher about how he has been targeted by the far right for statements relating to so-called white genocide. Sign the petition to support his right to free speech.  Source: facebook Statement by George Ciccariello-Maher: “On Christmas Eve, I sent a satirical tweet about an imaginary concept, “white … Continue reading

labor / Uncategorized

CWA, IBEW Workers Fight Verizon Cutbacks

CWA, IBEW Workers Fight Verizon Cutbacks On April 13th, 39,000 Verizon workers in districts covering New England and the Mid-Atlantic states as far south as Virginia walked off the job and onto picket lines. The workers are members of both the Communication Workers of America (CWA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). By Wayne … Continue reading