Books: The Story of Anti-Racist Action

We Go Where They Go: The Story of Anti-Racist Action Authors: Shannon Clay, Lady, Kristin Schwartz, and Michael Staudenmaier • Foreword by Gord Hill Series: PM Press/Working Class History Published: 11/29/22 Format: Paperback/Hardcover Size: 6x9 Pages: 320 What does it mean to risk all for your beliefs? How do you fight an enemy in your midst? We Go Where They Go recounts the thrilling story of a massive forgotten youth movement that [...]

L.A. Joins International Protest of US Sanctions, Blockade on Cuba, Oct. 29

Take Cuba off Washington’s list of state-sponsored terrorism. *End all US Anti-Cuba economic, trade, travel sanctions. *End the US blockade against Cuba. The UN General Assembly’s annual vote demanding an end to the “the Economic, Commercial and Financial embargo imposed by the United States against Cuba” – the blockade -- will take place November 2 and 3. This is the 30th consecutive vote in which the world community overwhelmingly condemns the cruel, [...]

Metro Public Transit Free Oct. 7-9; Why Not Always?

Free Metro System-wide Oct 7-9 to Mark Opening of K-Crenshaw Line After years of delays, Metro announced that the official opening of the K Line will be on October 7. The light rail line will initially serve seven stations through several LA communities, including Leimert Park and Baldwin Hills, as well as the city of Inglewood. In recognition of the accomplishment, Metro will suspend fares across the entire transit system October 7-9. [...]

September 11th Is Here Again!

September 11 is Here Again by Michael Novick, Anti-Racist Action-LA Sept. 11, 2001 is now farther in the past than the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were when the U.S. began escalating its aggressive military role in Vietnam. A full generation has come age since "9-11"; about 20% of the US population has been born since the US government responded by launching the War on Terror. US military doctrine has moved [...]

Say It in Numbers, Picture It in Graphs

The Social, Economic and Environmental Costs of the US Addiction to War Graphs curated by Ray Jones Editorial Cartoon by Y. B. Normal The US military budget and war are the real cause of inflation and the rising cost of living

Hands Off Cuba! Defend Puentes de Amor!

Statement Condemning Senator Rubio’s Attempt to Intimidate and Harass Puentes de Amor   By L.A. U.S. Hands Off Cuba Coalition As Cuban-Americans and others came out on the streets of Miami, Los Angeles  and other cities internationally on July 31 to oppose the over 60-year United States embargo against Cuba, Senator Marco Rubio decided to revive one of the ugliest and most condemned moments of U.S. history when he chose to engage in [...]

Involuntary Servitude in Prison is Slavery

They Killed ACA3 But Prison Slavery Continues in CA by SF BayView Editor Nube Brown https://sfbayview.com/2022/08/they-killed-aca3-but-slavery-still-lives/ Last month [SF BayView] ran an article about the killing of ACA3, The End Slavery in California Act. To be clear, just because legislators allowed themselves to be strong-armed against their better nature and fear-mongered by the governor to ensure the bill didn’t make it to the floor for a last and final opportunity to [bring [...]

Manufacturing Dissent to Contain a Compatible “Left”

US National Security State Censoring Anti-imperialists By Stansfield Smith https://popularresistance.org/us-national-security-state-censoring-anti-imperialists-to-control-compatible-left/ During the first cold war, the CIA poured money into funding and cultivating a pro-imperialist, anti-communist “compatible left.” Today, the US government uses social media to censor anti-war news outlets and activists. The oligarchic rulers of the United States use many tools to disrupt and disorganize the anti-war and anti-imperialist left. This article addresses three tactics: corporate control of the news media, [...]

August 2022 Community Events Calendar

See continuing and ongoing events at the end of the calendar. Change Links cannot publish without your support. Send events, articles or poetry to changelinks2@gmail.com or via http://change-links.org/submit/  Please subscribe as well. Subscriptions to the print edition are $12/25/50 a year, low income, regular or sustainer (sliding scale), payable to “AFGJ,” our fiscal sponsor, with “Change Links” in the memo. All events announced are encouraged to donate $5 (per event), payable to [...]

Cuba Si, Bloqueo No!

Los Angeles Medical Aid for Cuba Meeting Draws Diverse Crowd Shows expansion of movement to end the US blockade of Cuba By Mark Friedman A diverse crowd, representing more than a dozen organizations, streamed into a meeting here in July to raise money for medical aid for Cuba and to show opposition to the US Blockade. As the approximately 65 people entered the McCarthy Memorial Church in LA’s Black community, they were [...]

Why so Much Hatred for Lula and Cristina?

Brazil and Argentina: Why so Much Hatred for Lula and Cristina? By Emir Sader https://resumen-english.org/2022/07/brazil-and-argentina-why-so-much-hatred-for-lula-and-cristina/ Photo: Bill Hackwell   The bourgeoisie has no heroes, according to Brecht. They have no intention of generating those heroes. They make the official history with their leaders, who have reached governments without arriving as heroes of the country. Even worse, the bourgeoisie has to oppose heroes who confront them. To these they dedicate hatred, without having [...]

Nicaragua Celebrates 43 Years of Revolution

Nicaragua Celebrates 43 Years of Revolution: A Clash between Reality and Media Misrepresentation By John Perry - from Masaya Nicaragua https://resumen-english.org/2022/07/nicaragua-celebrates-43-years-of-revolution-a-clash-between-reality-and-media-misrepresentation/ July 19th is a day of celebration in Nicaragua: the anniversary of the overthrow of the Somoza dictatorship. But the international media will have it penciled in their diaries for another reason: it’s yet another opportunity to pour scorn on Nicaragua’s Sandinista government. We’ll hear again about how the government “clamps [...]

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