CANADA: Imperialists Lose Patience as Wet’suwet’en Blockades, Protests Take Economic Toll

Photo: A rail blockade in Toronto on February 8 By Lois Boite, with contributions from Felix Weber, David Martinez On Monday, protesters in Vancouver supporting the indigenous Wet’su’weten resistance to the Coastal GasLink pipeline blockaded a vehicle access route to the port while others blocked a bridge on a passenger train line, shutting down service for part of the morning. These actions follow weeks of … Continue reading CANADA: Imperialists Lose Patience as Wet’suwet’en Blockades, Protests Take Economic Toll

CHILE: Mapuche Political Prisoners Release Statement Against Integrating into Old State

A flag with the Guñelve, a symbol flown by the Mapuche indigenous people of Chile By Nélida Tello Earlier this month, ten Mapuche political prisoners detained in Angol prison released a statement on their political position regarding the old Chilean state. Angol prison serves as one of the designated detention centers for indigenous Mapuche political prisoners. For generations, the Mapuche people have continuously faced abuse … Continue reading CHILE: Mapuche Political Prisoners Release Statement Against Integrating into Old State

MEXICO: Revolutionaries of Sol Rojo Hold 2020 State Assembly

By Felipe Vera Mexican revolutionary organization, Corriente del Pueblo-Sol Rojo (People’s Current-Red Sun), held a State Assembly on January 19 in Oaxaca, celebrated as La Ciudad Rebelde (The Rebel City), announcing completion of the objectives of 2019 and laying out their tasks for 2020. The State Assembly proved to be a success as in previous years, uniting the broad masses of Oaxaca, with delegates arriving … Continue reading MEXICO: Revolutionaries of Sol Rojo Hold 2020 State Assembly

PROLETARIAN HISTORY: The Dade Massacre

Photo: News clipping refers to massacres of settlers throughout late 1835 and 1836, including the Dade Massacre By Joseph Magyar On December 28, 1835, US Major Francis Dade and his 110 soldiers were nearly annihilated when Seminole forces led by Chief Micanopy ambushed them in what would later be called “The Dade Massacre.” The battle was the first decisive victory for the Seminoles in the … Continue reading PROLETARIAN HISTORY: The Dade Massacre

On the Popular Rebellion in Ecuador

This article is an unofficial translation from Frente de Defensa de las Luchas del Pueblo del Ecuador. By Javier De Paz The proletariat and people of Ecuador recognize and value all the signs of solidarity issued by the international proletariat and oppressed peoples of the world to the struggles undertaken by the Ecuadorian people against imperialism, the IMF, and the repressive comprador regime of Lenin Moreno. … Continue reading On the Popular Rebellion in Ecuador

ECUADOR: Indigenous and Poor Peasants Force Moreno Government to Flee Capital, General Strike Continues

Photo: Protesters stand off with riot police during general strike in Ecuador By Jakob Stein On October 8, massive protests of poor peasants and indigenous people forced Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno to flee Quito and move the government headquarters to Guayaquil. A new great national strike has been announced for today, and has already received the support of revolutionaries around the country. Thousands of indigenous … Continue reading ECUADOR: Indigenous and Poor Peasants Force Moreno Government to Flee Capital, General Strike Continues

México: Triquis Desplazados de San Miguel Cópala Celebran 2 Anos de Ocupación en Oaxaca

Foto: Triquis indígenas desplazados leen una declaración en el Zócalo de Oaxaca Este artículo es una traducción. Por Ernesto Ávila Miércoles, el 28 de agosto, la organización revolucionaria Corriente del Pueblo – Sol Rojo publicaron una declaración de los desplazados Triquis de San Miguel Cópala, conmemorando los dos años de ocupación en el Zócalo de Oaxaca. Más de 150 familias indígenas Triquis de la comunidad … Continue reading México: Triquis Desplazados de San Miguel Cópala Celebran 2 Anos de Ocupación en Oaxaca

MEXICO: Displaced Triquis of San Miguel Copala Celebrate 2-Year Occupation in Oaxaca

Photo: Displaced Indigenous Triquis read statement in the city square of Oaxaca By Jakob Stein This week the Mexican revolutionary organization Current of the People Red Sun (Sol Rojo) released a statement from the displaced Triquis of San Miguel Copala, commemorating the two years of occupation in the Zocalo (city square) in the city of Oaxaca. More than 150 indigenous Triquis families from the community … Continue reading MEXICO: Displaced Triquis of San Miguel Copala Celebrate 2-Year Occupation in Oaxaca

BRAZIL: Landlords Set Fire to Amazon

Photo: Massive fires continue to ravage the Amazon rainforest By Jakob Stein On the weekend of August 10, the latifundio (large landlords) promoted a political action known as “Dia do Fogo” or “Day of Fire,” in which a coordinated series of fires were set to promote the clearing of large sections of the Amazon rainforest for ranching and cattle grazing, as well as other destructive … Continue reading BRAZIL: Landlords Set Fire to Amazon

Brasil: El Pueblo Indígena Resiste los Ataques Hacia el Cuidado de Salud

Foto: El cartel en español, “¡No a imponer límites a nuestros recursos de salud indígenas!” Por Ginés En el mes pasado, el pueblo indígena de Brasil ha tomado varias acciones audaces para defenderse en contra de los ataques hacia la Secretaría Especial de la Salud Indígena (o el SESAI, el acrónimo brasileño) que incluye demostraciones, barricadas y ocupaciones de edificios gubernamentales. Antes, la administración de … Continue reading Brasil: El Pueblo Indígena Resiste los Ataques Hacia el Cuidado de Salud