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Larry Kramer fought indifference — and won!

By JOHN WILSON
The death of Larry Kramer was a huge loss, not only for gay men and others in queer communities, but for all of us involved in the fight against every kind of oppression brought down on us by our decaying, crisis-ridden capitalist society.

Larry Kramer fought indifference — and won!

By JOHN WILSON
The death of Larry Kramer was a huge loss, not only for gay men and others in queer communities, but for all of us involved in the fight against every kind of oppression brought down on us by our decaying, crisis-ridden capitalist society.

Deadly New Sanctions on Syria

By JUDITH BELLO
The new U.S. sanctions against Syria are an attempt to land a death blow on the Syrian government while the world is focused on other problems.

U.S. Fight Against Racism and Repression Reaches New Heights

By JEFF MACKLER
Today’s unprecedented mobilizations began with the police murder of George Floyd. But their depth and staying power is equally a reflection of the mass anger and frustration stemming from all the insults to one’s being that capitalism has inflicted on working class America, and especially the nation’s Black, Brown and Native American communities.

George Shriver 1936 – 2020

Obituary by JENNIFER SHRIVER
George Van Bibber Shriver Jr. passed away in his sleep on April 24, 2020. His loss is felt by many.

Mumia: World On Fire

By MUMIA ABU-JAMAL
Protests against police brutality and racism in America have spread around the world.

Deadly New Sanctions on Syria

By JUDITH BELLO
The new U.S. sanctions against Syria are an attempt to land a death blow on the Syrian government while the world is focused on other problems.

U.S. Fight Against Racism and Repression Reaches New Heights

By JEFF MACKLER
Today’s unprecedented mobilizations began with the police murder of George Floyd. But their depth and staying power is equally a reflection of the mass anger and frustration stemming from all the insults to one’s being that capitalism has inflicted on working class America, and especially the nation’s Black, Brown and Native American communities.

George Shriver 1936 – 2020

Obituary by JENNIFER SHRIVER
George Van Bibber Shriver Jr. passed away in his sleep on April 24, 2020. His loss is felt by many.

Mumia: World On Fire

By MUMIA ABU-JAMAL
Protests against police brutality and racism in America have spread around the world.

Meatpacking Workers Attacked by COVID-19

By DON HARMON
Workers at meatpacking plants are suffering extremely high levels of coronavirus infection, due to lack of protection, while the plants become hotspots for widespread outbreaks in their towns and cities.

COVID-19 and NYC Transit Worker Hell

By MARTY GOODMAN
Over 130 New York City transit workers have died of COVID-19 with MTA doing little to protect the largely Black, Latino, and immigrant workforce. As one train conductor says, “We are not essential. We are sacrificial.”

The Wars Come Home: UNAC Statement on the Current Uprising

The United National Antiwar Coalition stands in solidarity with communities across the country who are rising up in protest against racist police violence.
Defend Black Lives! No Police State! No Military Dictatorship! Release all arrestees! No more attacks on anti-racist protesters!

Dr. Anthony Fauci and the Gay Community: Then and Now

Today Dr. Fauci is well known as a trusted scientist who is trying to guide the country through a pandemic. Gay men and lesbians who were involved in fighting the AIDS epidemic knew Dr. Fauci as a more complex figure in their struggle with the head of the NIAID.

Mumia: I Can’t Breathe, Part 2

By MUMIA ABU-JAMAL
“The name Eric Garner has become a catch word for the state of black America for decades, if not centuries, who can barely breathe free air.”

The Blue Plague and Black Death

By GLEN FORD
George Floyd’s death by Blue Plague in Minneapolis was widely condemned by the same parties that have encouraged and funded the spread of the fatal contagion.

Pandemic Capitalism’s Cruel Absurdity

By MARK T. HARRIS
The United States has the highest number of Covid-19 cases and deaths in the world. Capitalism’s inexorable drive for profits over human needs got us here.

Killer Capitalism Says “Back to Work!” in a Pandemic

By JEFF MACKLER and JAMES FORTIN
The daily number new cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. is still 22,000–25,000 and deaths are expected to rise to 3,000 a day by June 1. Yet every state is sending workers back to work. Why is this, and what really should be done?

Unemployment Skyrockets, So Does Hunger

By BARRY SHEPPARD The Labor Department recently released figures for the unemployment rate for April, saying that the rate was 14.7 percent, the highest since

Free them all! Empty the prisons! Let our people go!

Why are so many in jail? Here is the fightback narrative: America is a racist nation, founded on the principle that billionaire and multimillionaire white men are created equal, and therefore should have equal opportunities to make super-profits from an exploited workforce of lesser humans, namely working people.

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