AUSTIN: Demonstration Calls for Solidarity with Puerto Rico Protests

By Walter Villarreal More than one hundred Puerto Ricans and their supporters gathered with drums, flags, and posters at the south entrance of the Texas Capitol on Wednesday. The music and chanting could be heard blocks away as they called on Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo “Ricky” Rosselló to resign, following leaked chats between him and other government officials. The crowd chanted, “Ricky Renuncia, y lleva … Continue reading AUSTIN: Demonstration Calls for Solidarity with Puerto Rico Protests

PERU: Former President Latest Arrest in Odebrecht Corruption Ring

By Matt Handocerdos Former Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo was arrested Tuesday and faces possible extradition from California under charges of corruption for accepting $20 million in bribes from Latin America’s biggest construction firm Grupo Odebrecht. Toledo fled Peru in 2017 to evade arrest for the bribery allegation. His whereabouts were unconfirmed until he was arrested for public intoxication in a San Mateo County restaurant in … Continue reading PERU: Former President Latest Arrest in Odebrecht Corruption Ring

CHARLOTTE: Tenants Go On Offensive Against Landlord with Rent Strike

By Gabriel Roshan For three months, Compass Property Management promised residents of Melrose Place apartments in south Charlotte a meeting to discuss the uncertain future of the complex, but it wasn’t until July 10, once tenants went on a rent strike, that they finally responded to the pressure of the organized tenants. Melrose Place is a majority immigrant (mainly Mexican) and Black apartment complex which … Continue reading CHARLOTTE: Tenants Go On Offensive Against Landlord with Rent Strike

ITALY: Police Raid Uncovers Weapons, Missile in Neo-Nazi Possession

By Mike Talavera In the north Italian city of Gallarate, police announced Monday that they had seized a cache of illegal weapons, including a Matra Super 530 F short-to-medium range air-to-air missile, from fascist politician Fabio Del Bergiolo. He and two others are currently being detained as part of a General Investigations and Special Operations Division (DIGOS) probe into Italian fascist groups involved in the … Continue reading ITALY: Police Raid Uncovers Weapons, Missile in Neo-Nazi Possession

PROLETARIAN HISTORY: The Homestead Strike

By Mark Delaney On June 30, 1892, steelworkers in Homestead, Pennsylvania began a massive strike that would culminate with a full-scale battle at the Homestead Steel Works, owned by the Carnegie Steel Company. The workers were organized under the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers, a national trade union, although the union’s membership was only for skilled craftsmen. Production at the mill was increasing due … Continue reading PROLETARIAN HISTORY: The Homestead Strike

MEXICO: Campaign for Justice and the Rights of the People Begins Phase Three

By Jakob Stein Tuesday July 9 marked the beginning of the third phase of the Campaign for Justice and Rights of the People in Mexico City. The third phase included demonstrations, the blocking of government offices, and the promotion of international campaigns for political prisoners such as Chairman Gonzalo. The campaign is led by revolutionary organization Sol Rojo, which has already completed two phases in … Continue reading MEXICO: Campaign for Justice and the Rights of the People Begins Phase Three

On the Failures of the Northwest Detention Center Attack and the Importance of Mass Organizing

Opinion Editorial by the Incendiary Board Activist circles on the internet have wasted no time celebrating the lone wolf attack on the Tacoma’s Northwest Detention Center that took place early Saturday, when self-proclaimed anarchist 69-year-old Willem Van Spronsen allegedly threw incendiary devices at the jail and vehicles in the parking lot before being shot and killed by police. This praise has come despite the obscurity which … Continue reading On the Failures of the Northwest Detention Center Attack and the Importance of Mass Organizing