During May, at least 70 demonstrators were killed in Colombia. On June 9, thousands of people marched, chanting slogans against President Ivan Duque and police brutality, to the Tequendama hotel, [...] Continue Reading
Colombian Government Chooses Force over Dialogue as Protests Continue
By Joshua Collins Deisy Paricio lights candles at a remembrance ceremony in the neighborhood of Soledad for those who have died during 10 bloody days of protest in Colombia. “We’re here to denounce [...] Continue Reading
Will the Real State Sponsors of Terrorism Please Stand Up?
By Leni Villagomez Reeves Cuba State Sponsor of Terrorism but not Saudi Arabia? The Trump regime placed Cuba on the U.S. State Sponsor of Terrorism list on Jan. 11, just five days after inciting [...] Continue Reading
Chiapas en el Octubre Descolonizador
Por Juan Trujillo Limones Como reacciones de un proceso social descolonizador, las imágenes del derribo de estatuas de conquistadores, líderes coloniales y esclavistas en Chile y Estados Unidos le [...] Continue Reading
¿Qué defensa tenemos contra las acciones ilegales de la derecha?
(Nota del Editor: El pasado 18 de octubre se realizaron elecciones en Bolivia y el partido MAS resultó ampliamente triunfador. Se ignora si el gobierno de facto actual aceptará entregar el [...] Continue Reading
The Bolivian People Are Fighting Back
By Leni Villagomez Reeves In Bolivia, unions, campesinos and indigenous people’s organizations began a general strike on Aug. 3. They are enforcing the strike with roadblocks across every major [...] Continue Reading
“Human Rights, Civil Rights and Labor Rights” was the name of the 2019 program of the Human Rights Coalition of the Central Valley, which was held on Dec. 7 at Fresno State. The event celebrated the [...] Continue Reading
Dealing with PTSD, War Veteran Returns to Vietnam
By Joshua Shurley In 1967, Tim Keenan was sent to Vietnam like so many young men of his generation. Drafted into the army, he served with the 4th Infantry Division and participated in several [...] Continue Reading
Election Acceptance or a Coup?
By Leni Villagomez Reeves Elections? Aren’t elections how we are supposed to choose our leader in a democracy? Only if the result is what the multinational corporate interests want. In Bolivia, [...] Continue Reading
“Until Living Becomes Worth It”: Notes from the Chilean Uprising
By Romina A. Green Rioja It has been a short time since the mass protests began in Chile, and it already feels as though the country has changed. What started as an organized student movement to [...] Continue Reading
Nuclear Lies and Broken Promises
By Conn M. Hallinan When Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told an economic meeting in the city of Sivas on Sept. 4 that Turkey was considering building nuclear weapons, he was responding to a [...] Continue Reading