LOS ÁNGELES: No se presentaron cargos por los Primeo de Mayo 24

Originalmente publicado el 26 de mayo, 2019 Por Zein Amari El jueves, los activistas y revolucionarios que fueron arrestados en la marcha militante del Primero de Mayo en Boyle Heights – conocidos como los Primeo de Mayo 24 – comparecieron para su instrucción de cargos. Inicialmente, todos eran acusados de disturbios, pero al final no se presentaron cargos ante el corte. Según algunos miembros de … Continue reading LOS ÁNGELES: No se presentaron cargos por los Primeo de Mayo 24

LOS ANGELES: Activists Agitate Against ICE

by Zein Amari  This past weekend, activists and supporters from Defend Boyle Heights (DBH) and Serve the People- Los Angeles (STPLA) agitated against the recent announcement of ICE aids from the Trump administration. Activists and supporters focused on the need to combat and resist ICE by any means necessary. On Saturday, activists and supporters spoke to families on the street, small shop owners who were … Continue reading LOS ANGELES: Activists Agitate Against ICE

LOS ANGELES: No Charges Filed for the May Day 24

By Zein Amari On Thursday, activists and revolutionaries who were arrested at the militant May Day march in Boyle Heights – known as the May Day 24 – appeared for their arraignment. Initially, all were charged with rioting, yet no charges ended up being filed with the court. According to some members of the May Day 24, the police may be trying to build up … Continue reading LOS ANGELES: No Charges Filed for the May Day 24

LOS ÁNGELES: Bicicletas ‘gentry’ de Metro vandalizadas

Por Zein Amari. Link to English Version. En el día de martes durante la noche, dos estaciones de Metro Bike fueron objetos de vandalismo cerca de las intersecciones de Mateo/Industrial Street y Mateo/Willow Street en el lujoso Distrito de las Artes remodelado del centro de la ciudad. En frente de una de las estaciones de bicicletas “FUCK METRO! FUCK HIPSTERS!” fue escrito en pintura roja. … Continue reading LOS ÁNGELES: Bicicletas ‘gentry’ de Metro vandalizadas

LOS ANGELES: Women call for revolution on International Working Women’s Day in Boyle Heights

By Zein Amari and Matt Handocerdos Communists, revolutionaries and the masses celebrated International Working Women’s Day in the working-class Los Angeles neighborhood of Boyle Heights yesterday through cultural performances, a short march and a call to reconstitute the Communist Party. A crowd gathered in front of the Boyle Heights City Hall on the corner of 1st Street and Chicago Street, directly across from the Los … Continue reading LOS ANGELES: Women call for revolution on International Working Women’s Day in Boyle Heights