Chinese men working on the Union Pacific Railroad in the late 1800s. (source: Western History/Genealogy Department, Denver Public Library) Hui-Ling Chan works as a housing administrator and during the Covid-19 pandemic, has been designated an essential worker. For Chan and countless other Asian workers in the U.S. during the pandemic, there has been a heightened level of … [Read more...] about In the Face of COVID-19, Asian Americans Counter Imperialism
Potere Operaio (Workers' Power) demonstrating in the streets of Italy in the 1970s Our time is one of significant political crisis. The façade of the neoliberal consensus manufactured by the imperialist ruling class has shattered and through the cracks has poured a renewed interest in left politics, both reformist and revolutionary. This renewed interest has helped to … [Read more...] about Create Two, Three, Many Parties of Autonomy!
"Climate change protesters march in Paris streets, 2019" by Jeanne Menjoulet Introduction We have just passed the second anniversary of one of the most destructive hurricanes Houston and the state of Texas have ever experienced. What transpired in Houston in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey is a microcosm of national and international dynamics. Harvey is a symbol of … [Read more...] about When Flood Waters Run Dry: Hurricane Harvey, Climate Change & Social Reproduction
Green is Red by xplkqlkcassia Much has been written over the last few years about a dual power approach to communist strategy. I have written extensively about it at The Forge News, and discussed in video format in my YouTube video, Climate Change, Imperialism, and The End of The World. I will not be using this article to give a comprehensive recap on what dual power … [Read more...] about Communism and Climate Change: A Dual Power Approach