Brazil is an extremely segregated society. Race is also used to determine poverty: the prisons are predominantly Black while the wealthy neighborhoods are predominately light-skinned. Brazil was the last country in the world to abolish slave labor, which is reflected in the social and racial stratification in Brazil.
We have risen up collectively all around the country to put an end to this nightmare, people fought valiantly and have made a mark in history on the path to liberation. It is in this context, this larger context of struggle, that Michael Reinoehl, in an act of community defense, shot and killed a fascist aggressor.
We can work together to help people stay in their homes! In New York, coordinated resistance has lead to success. During the Great Depression, tenants in New York undertook massive rent strikes, and fought back against evictions using a range of creative and confrontational tactics. These renters were able to stay in their homes. In the Lower East …
For the celebration, we placed the message, 'By any means necessary' across New York City. Honoring the legacy of Malcolm X, we state that his message still speaks to the task at hand decades later. We send this message to all the fighters out there who we met briefly in the street: we are in it until the end!
Revolutionary greetings from the insurrection sweeping throughout the occupied territories of the so-called United States of America. We are asking comrades across the world for immediate and unrelenting acts solidarity against the US.
Three days after Floyd’s murder, on the night of May 28th, in an escalation unprecedented on U.S. soil, the people of Minneapolis set fire to the Third Precinct. Video footage shows cop cars and vans fleeing the scene— rats from a sinking ship— while the People pelted them with objects and shouted at them.
We call on comrades around the world to join in solidarity actions with the prison strike in the United States. The American state and corporations that benefit from prison slave labor must be held accountable for their atrocities by revolutionaries through direct action in locations around the world.
People incarcerated in the United States, suffering some of the worst abuses in the world, are calling for a nationwide prison strike on August 21st. We at the Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement stand with these brave individuals and support their demands for better conditions and revolutionary action, as they risk their lives and health, not only …
On January 15th, people in Florida prisons plan to laydown against the conditions of modern slavery. They will willingly give up their privileges, like making phone calls, buying from the canteen, having visits, and attaining work assignments, in an effort to cut into the profits of the state and private contractors. Their short term demands: …
The DACA program was standard fare for US “progressive” legislation, in that it made piecemeal reforms for some, criminalized others, and was open ended enough to be destroyed with the simple stroke of a pen. Eight hundred thousand people now are threatened with the increasingly active brunt of the repressive white supremacist state.
In a beautiful display of courage and resistance, hundreds of anti-fascists stood up in Charlottesville this weekend to prevent the unification of multiple white nationalists groups and combat the lynch mob terror that they intended to unleash in the city.