Police brutality
Organizers to converge in Atlanta, Georgia to discuss “What will a new society run by workers look like?”

Despite human rights violations, precarious conditions, wage stagnation, and more, the people of the US continue to dream of a better future

La chispa tras los incendios que arrasan Francia: un brutal legado colonial

El racismo contra las personas de ascendencia árabe y africana en Francia se ha convertido en algo casi banal, algo que ocurre y ya no levanta una ceja. El asesinato de Nael era absolutamente explicable: el resultado de una toxicidad social general hacia las minorías y que se expresa a través de la policía.

Senegal violence A deadly fight: Senegal’s political crisis escalates after repression of protesters

At least 16 people were killed after protests broke out in Senegal following the sentencing of leading opposition figure Ousmane Sonko to two years in prison. Mass public unrest has grown against President Macky Sall and the continued neo-colonial exploitation of the country by France

Arrest of bail fund organizers in Atlanta sets a dangerous precedent, activists say

Three members of the Atlanta Solidarity Fund were arrested by Atlanta Police officers on the morning of Wednesday May 31 and accused of money laundering and charity fraud

No officers charged, once again, in murder of unarmed Black man shot at over 90 times

Akron, Ohio resident Jayland Walker died in June after sustaining 46 gunshot wounds. His crime? A broken taillight

When killer cops evade accountability, victims’ families find other paths towards justice

John Collado Way in Inwood, New York, is named in honor of a victim of police brutality whose family never achieved justice through the legal system

Protesters charged with terrorism in Atlanta

At least 23 people, including a legal observer, have been charged with domestic terrorism as protests against massive police training facility continue

Most “progressive” police force in the US is slammed for response to police killing

Cambridge police shot and killed Arif Sayed Faisal just four days into 2023, and officials are no closer to releasing the names of the officers responsible

The revolutionary life of former Black Panther and political prisoner Eddie Conway

On February 13, former Black Panther and political prisoner Marshall Eddie Conway passed away. Conway dedicated his life to the cause of Black freedom struggle and the fight against racism and inequality.

Campaign for Mumia Abu-Jamal “Justice must prevail”: a global call for freedom of US political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal 

A month-long solidarity campaign has been launched to demand the release of political prisoner and revolutionary Mumia Abu-Jamal just weeks before a court ruling in the US will determine if he will be granted a new trial, following decades of persecution 

Peruvian police repress protests, leave over 20 injured in Juliaca

Tens of thousands of Peruvians continue to hit the streets, demanding radical political changes despite heavy repression as pro-democracy protests complete two months

Greater Boston fights for justice for Bangladeshi immigrant killed by police

Sayed Faisal was killed by Cambridge police after appearing to have a mental health crisis. Peoples Dispatch spoke to local activist Suhail Purkar regarding the struggle