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Lalan

January 18, 2020 Length: 1107 words 0 comments

Emancipation of the working class is the act of workers themselves!

Summary: Below is the text of a flyer that was written by Lalan, a worker in Nagpur, India, and translated by Arvind Ghosh, for the General Strike in India which on 8-9th of January saw 150 million workers went on strike, including workers in transport, financial services, and both state-owned and private industries – Editors.

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Ndindi Kitonga

January 13, 2020 Length: 4296 words 2 comments

Anti-Colonialism and Humanism

Summary: This article on the differences between colonial-racist and emancipatory humanism, with a particular focus on Africa and on the writings of Frantz Fanon, is based on a presentation at a Los Angeles meeting of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization, June 2019. First appeared in New Politics, Winter 2020, here https://newpol.org/issue_post/anti-colonialism-and-humanism/ –Editors

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Michael Löwy

January 3, 2020 Length: 13 words 0 comments

[Video] Um Marx do ponto de vista da periferia

Summary: This short video on the new translation of Kevin B. Anderson’s “Marx at the Margins” was first published on the website of Boitempo Editorial (Sao Paulo) on December 18, 2019, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FppS1YizO7E#action=share — Editors

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The International Marxist-Humanist Organization

December 19, 2019 Length: 595 words 0 comments

Support the Work of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization

Summary: We need your help to continue the work of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization.

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Kevin B. Anderson

December 19, 2019 Length: 1073 words 0 comments

Self-Mobilized Hirak Movement Persists in Algeria after Phony Election

Summary: Algeria’s nearly yearlong democratic movement resists a farcical election, continuing its standoff with the semi-military regime — Editors

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Dawn Alexander

December 16, 2019 Length: 883 words 4 comments

Life in Mississippi women’s prison ‘not a privilege – just hell’

Summary: An incarcerated woman calls out inhuman conditions at the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility.

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Chris Aquino

December 8, 2019 Length: 1120 words 0 comments

Iraq Protests Challenge Corrupt Oligarchy and Islamic Republic of Iran

Summary: Iraq protests transcend sectarian lines established by US and Iran, as a new generation of youth and workers takes the stage – Editors.

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Richard Abernethy

December 4, 2019 Length: 1151 words 0 comments

The Mapuche in Chile – Indigenous Struggle as Revolutionary Ferment

Summary: The long Mapuche struggle for autonomy is a vital element of the revolutionary ferment in Chile — Editors.

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Kevork Sassouni

November 28, 2019 Length: 333 words 0 comments

Contradictions of Iran Solidarity Demonstration in Los Angeles

Summary: In the wake of the recent uprising, Iranian leftists demonstrate against regime repression, but do so separately from a larger conservative gathering — Editors

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Committee in Solidarity with the People’s Struggle in Iran

November 20, 2019 Length: 262 words 0 comments

Long Live Democratic Uprising in Iran

A declaration of support for new and ongoing protests against the Iranian Revolutionary Party — Editors

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Ali Kiani

November 20, 2019 Length: 942 words 0 comments

A New, Deeper Uprising in Iran

Summary: When the Islamic Republic of Iran spiked the cost of fuel for ordinary citizens on Nov. 15, the protests and brutal repression that followed uncovered deep, mass hatred of the regime. This report was written during those events — Editors

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Rehmah Sufi,
J Turk,
an IMHO member

November 14, 2019 Length: 1772 words 0 comments

Two Futures: The Strikes at General Motors and at Chicago’s Schools

Summary: The 2019 strike wave in the U.S. may surpass 2018. Strikes by autoworkers at General Motors and by teachers and support staff in Chicago schools show us that the future of work and of our communities is at stake — Editors

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Kevork Sassouni

November 11, 2019 Length: 2129 words 0 comments

Lebanon, Not Just an Intifada but a Revolution

Summary: Mass mobilization continues into a fourth week, challenging political, economic and sectarian forces. Image is of martyred Aala Abu Fakhr — Editors

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Kevork Sassouni

October 22, 2019 Length: 624 words 2 comments

The Lebanese Intifada

Summary: On new protests in Lebanon, which have created solidarity across all sectarian divides — Editors

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