AUSTIN: Developers, City Want To Extend Lakeshore Blvd Through Parkland for Luxury Development

By David Martinez The City of Austin Parks Department is reviewing a proposal by the Presidium Group developers to extend Lakeshore Blvd through Roy G. Guerrero Park in order to service their massive 97-acre luxury development, referred to as “Project Catalyst” but popularly known as the “Domain on Riverside.” Parks staff brought up the review of the road extension proposal at a February 26 planning … Continue reading AUSTIN: Developers, City Want To Extend Lakeshore Blvd Through Parkland for Luxury Development

AUSTIN: Top Developer For The Domain On Riverside Exposed As Serial Scam Artist

By Dylan Dissenso Many artists and city officials in Austin know David Wallace as developer Presidium Group’s charismatic spokesperson for the Riverside Arts District, but people in the state of Missouri and in other cities in Texas know Wallace as a con artist and a fraud. The seemingly well-mannered Presidium executive has done his best to hide his checkered past from the Austin public, but … Continue reading AUSTIN: Top Developer For The Domain On Riverside Exposed As Serial Scam Artist

AUSTIN: Una marcha por el Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora se enfrenta con fascistas, la policía hace detenciones

Por Mike Talavera El día del 8 de marzo, una organización revolucionaria de mujeres, el Popular Women’s Movement-Movimiento Femenino Popular (PWM-MFP), dirigió una marcha para celebrar el Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora que tomó con éxito un tramo del 7th Street, una ruta principal muy ocupada del este de Austin que conduce al centro de la ciudad, antes que la policía tomó medidas represivas … Continue reading AUSTIN: Una marcha por el Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora se enfrenta con fascistas, la policía hace detenciones

AUSTIN: International Working Women’s Day March Clashes with Fascists, Police Make Arrests

By Mike Talavera Revolutionary women’s organization Popular Women’s Movement-Movimiento Femenino Popular (PWM-MFP) led a march celebrating International Working Women’s Day (IWWD) which successfully took a stretch of 7th Street, a busy east Austin arterial leading to downtown, before police cracked down on the crowd and subdued two marchers and a photographer, handcuffing them. Undeterred, the march continued and proceeded to a local H.E.B. grocery store … Continue reading AUSTIN: International Working Women’s Day March Clashes with Fascists, Police Make Arrests

US: Revolutionary Organizations Ready for International Working Women’s Day

By Mike Talavera Tomorrow is International Working Women’s Day (IWWD), and revolutionary women across the country are preparing rallies and marches to celebrate the holiday, continuing the momentum of a growing militant women’s movement in the US. For decades, the holiday has been coopted by the United Nations and groups like the Red Cross internationally and by the Democratic Party and its allies domestically, but … Continue reading US: Revolutionary Organizations Ready for International Working Women’s Day

AUSTIN: El proyecto de gentrificación en East Riverside para un centro comercial de lujo está retrasado indefinidamente otra vez

Por Ed Dalton El martes Defend Our Hoodz – Defiende el Barrio – Austin (DOH – DB) interrumpió una junta de planificación urbana en donde la Comisión de Planificación votó 7 – 3 por la postergación indefinida, por la segunda vez consecutiva, de consideraciones para los planes de gentrificación del Project Catalyst en East Riverside, debido principalmente a la presión constante de activistas. Por causa … Continue reading AUSTIN: El proyecto de gentrificación en East Riverside para un centro comercial de lujo está retrasado indefinidamente otra vez

FLORIDA: Texas Neo-Nazis Turn Snitch and Face Lengthy Jail Terms

By Ed Dalton Last week, Texas-based neo-Nazi Tyler Tenbrink was sentenced by a Florida court to 15 years in prison for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The case dates back to October 19, 2017, when Tenbrink and his two co-defendants, brothers William and Colton Fears, traveled from the Houston, Texas area to Gainesville, Florida to attend a Richard Spencer speech at the University of … Continue reading FLORIDA: Texas Neo-Nazis Turn Snitch and Face Lengthy Jail Terms