AUSTIN: Graffiti Seen In Streets, Home of Professor Advocating for Pedophilia

Photo: Graffiti seen in North Austin reading “Pedo Hubbard, Watch Your Back” By Robert Madrone This afternoon, Incendiary received a photo of graffiti reading “Pedo Hubbard, Watch Your Back” on the side of a building off of N. Lamar Blvd in North Austin. “Pedo” is used as a shorthand for pedophile. The graffiti appears to be in reference to Thomas Hubbard, a classics professor at … Continue reading AUSTIN: Graffiti Seen In Streets, Home of Professor Advocating for Pedophilia

TAMPA: HCC Professor Sentenced for Child Pornography and Secretly Filming Students

Photo: Mugshot of Howard Joseph Vorder Bruegge III By Alon Sulaimani On November 22, Howard Joseph Vorder Bruegge III, former professor at Hillsborough Community College (HCC), was sentenced to 11.5 years in federal prison with a 20 year supervision upon release for the possession and distribution of both child pornography and videos of his male students in the restroom. Bruegge, 36 and at the time … Continue reading TAMPA: HCC Professor Sentenced for Child Pornography and Secretly Filming Students

MEXICO: Student Contingents Demand an End to Sexual Harassment

Photo: Masked students turn Mexican flag upside down and burn it as other students cheer at the National Autonomous University of Mexico By Nélida Tello Earlier this month, a student march against sexual harassment at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in Mexico City was followed by a separate militant action by 100 masked students that set fire to an administration office. The protesters … Continue reading MEXICO: Student Contingents Demand an End to Sexual Harassment

LOS ANGELES: Students Stage Walkout as Supreme Court Approaches DACA Verdict

Photo: Students in Los Angeles walked out of class and marched through the streets in protest against the possible termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) program By Serran Soledad Earlier this month, students from California State University (CSU) and Los Angeles Unified School District staged a walkout in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) program as the Supreme Court … Continue reading LOS ANGELES: Students Stage Walkout as Supreme Court Approaches DACA Verdict

ANN ARBOR: University of Michigan Fraternity Banner Jokingly References Child Abuser

Photo: Banner hung from University of Michigan fraternity house referencing serial child abuser Larry Nassar By Lois Boite On November 16, the Psi Upsilon fraternity at the University of Michigan (UM) hung a banner from their house window, reading, “You Can’t Touch Us @LarryNassar,” mocking the victims of the serial child molester and former Michigan State University (MSU) assistant professor and USA Gymnastics doctor. In … Continue reading ANN ARBOR: University of Michigan Fraternity Banner Jokingly References Child Abuser

AUSTIN: Women Interrupt Class to Confront Sexual Predator Professor

Photo: Women students at the University of Texas at Austin confront Philosophy Professor Sahotra Sarkar during class for his history of sexual misconduct By Kali Abbott On November 21, a group of women students at the University of Texas at Austin (UT) stormed into Professor Sahotra Sarkar’s classroom, interrupting his lesson to confront him for his history of sexually predatory behavior. They came bearing a … Continue reading AUSTIN: Women Interrupt Class to Confront Sexual Predator Professor

AUSTIN: UT Students Protest Professors Accused of Sexual Misconduct, Administration Responds

Photo: Students cover walls outside of the UT Executive Vice President’s office with messages condemning abusers and sexual predators. By Dmitri Sans On October 25, students at the University of Texas at Austin gathered at the office of the Executive Vice President on campus to demand abusive professors be ousted from the school. Registration for classes began October 28. After nearly a week of promising … Continue reading AUSTIN: UT Students Protest Professors Accused of Sexual Misconduct, Administration Responds

OAKLAND: Parents and Teachers Clash with Police at School Board Meeting

Photo: Police strikes at protesters who crossed barricade at school board meeting By Edith Flanagan Recently published videos show the Oakland Police Department violently repressing protests against the Oakland Unified School District at La Escuelita Elementary last week, arresting a total of six protesters. Oakland teachers and parents, led by a legalist coalition named Oakland is Not for Sale, were responding to the planned closure of several … Continue reading OAKLAND: Parents and Teachers Clash with Police at School Board Meeting

BRAZIL: Popular Movements Hold Presentation on Revolutionary Struggle

Photo: Popular Movements present on the current state of Brazilian politics and revolutionary struggles at the State University of Rio de Janeiro By Jakob Stein On October 22, revolutionary newspaper A Nova Democracia organized an event at the State University of Rio de Janeiro to discuss the current state of Brazilian politics and popular struggles from a revolutionary perspective. Present at the event were representatives … Continue reading BRAZIL: Popular Movements Hold Presentation on Revolutionary Struggle

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