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“France out of Africa, US and NATO too!” Activists picket the UNGA

US activists protested outside of the UN General Assembly against US and French imperialism and warmongering in the Sahel

UAW continues to fiercely “stand up” despite company attacks

The three largest automakers in the US will stop at nothing to pit workers against each other

Brazilian youth protest outside US consulate to demand an end to sanctions against Cuba

The youth specifically highlighted the unjust nature of the inclusion of Cuba on the State Sponsors of Terrorism list

Ukraine war US Biden’s phase of Ukraine war is beginning

The US is considering sending ATACMS long-range missiles that Ukraine has been asking for a long time with the capability to strike deep inside Russian territory. The most provocative part is that NATO reconnaissance platforms, both manned and unmanned, will be used in such operations, making the US a virtual co-belligerent

US autoworkers go on strike, call on all workers to “stand up!”

The United Auto Workers employ a fresh strategy of the “stand up strike,” strategically shutting down select plants to keep the Big Three automakers guessing

Preparing for war is the beginning: An early warning for Northeast Asia

July 27 marked the 70th anniversary of the 1953 ceasefire to the Korean War. In the three years leading up to the anniversary, South Korean peace movements organized the international Korea Peace Appeal campaign to replace the armistice agreement with a peace treaty to conclude the 70-plus-year Korean War. The anniversary has come and gone, but, instead of peace, the Joe Biden, Yoon Suk Yeol, and Fumio Kishida administrations are … Read more…

Capitalists want to see “pain in the economy.” For US workers, the pain is already here

After pandemic-era aid expired, the child poverty rate more than doubled and the US saw the highest year-to-year jump in poverty on record

Mariah Parker: Why democracy is not possible under capitalism

Stop Cop City activist, labor organizer, and rapper Mariah Parker uses the experiences of people’s movements to illustrate why capitalism is inherently undemocratic

In two days, 144,000 US autoworkers workers are set to strike

The master contract for 144,000 unionized workers expires on September 14. Workers are ready to strike the three largest automakers in the nation

US sanctions waiver Iran Blnken US waives sanctions to allow transfer of Iranian assets from South Korea

With the waiver, banks in Europe (Switzerland, Ireland, and Germany) will be able to convert the money received from South Korea and transfer it to a bank in Qatar without being subjected to US sanctions. The money will be kept in Qatar for use by Iran to buy non-sanctioned goods from the international market

Socialist “movement incubator” celebrates five year anniversary in the heart of NYC

The People’s Forum commemorates five years of building the socialist movement in the United States and internationally

Manolo De Los Santos: A socialist horizon is where the impossible meets the possible

The People’s Forum co-executive director reflects on the future of class struggle in the US and across the globe