White supremacism in the US
Movements in the US continue on the streets in demand of structural changes

Protesters across the US have remained on the streets for over a month to demand justice for victims of police brutality and immediate structural changes to the capitalist racist system

From rebellion to revolution

Eugene Puryear reflects on the context in the US of rebellion and the necessary questions facing the movement against police violence and for Black lives

A month after George Floyd’s death, what has changed?

The protests that erupted over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis has changed the way US sees itself

This Juneteenth, workers strike for black lives

This year on Juneteenth, all over the US, strikes were organized to mark the occasion. The biggest strike action was organized by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU), which stopped work for eight hours at all 29 ports of the West Coast of the US.

The murder of George Floyd is normal in an abnormal society

Vijay Prashad writes on how the recent murder of George Floyd in the US is sadly unsurprising in a country that upholds capitalist exploitation through white supremacy

“The people of the United States are fed up”

Claudia de La Cruz analyzes the systemic racism in the country and talks about the demands of the protesters.

Police repress protests demanding justice for George Floyd

Protests broke out on Tuesday May 26 after videos surfaced showing Minneapolis police suffocating George Floyd to death

Two mass killings in the US by white supremacists within 24 hours

In the wake of the massacres, many have blamed President Trump for normalizing racist rhetoric and threats of violence against minorities

Synagogue attack demonstration Synagogue attack, possibly another case of rising hate crimes in the US

Although the police is yet to ascertain motives for the attack, there are indications that it could be part of the increasing hate crimes against ethnic and racial minorities since Donald Trump’s entry in mainstream politics

White supremacist groups suspected of burning down historic social justice center

The Highlander Research and Education Center was founded in 1932 and has played a pivotal role in working-class, revolutionary movements in the south and across the US

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