Category: Analysis

The revolutionary legacy of the Sandinistas

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This article looks at the historic accomplishments of the 1979 revolution and honors the fallen Sandinista fighters who risked and sacrificed everythi...

Behind Lawrence v. Texas: Racism, homophobia and ruling class miscalculation

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The heroes behind the Supreme Court ruling that overturned sodomy laws and their courage to stand up.

Fight to eliminate racist mascots in sports one step closer to victory

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U.S. District Court rules that the trademarks claimed by the Washington “Redskins” of the National Football League are voided.

Ecuador: 8 years of progressive struggle lives on

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Since June 8, much of international media focusing on Ecuador has highlighted the street protest by the right wing against President Rafael Correa and...

Confederate flag on its way out in South Carolina

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South Carolina is a state plastered in Confederate imagery.

Untested rape kits linked to West Mesa Murders

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In 2009, 11 bodies were uncovered buried in Albuquerque’s West Mesa.

Cuba’s state in revolution

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For Cuba—as in all previous and still-existing socialist countries—a state is essential to defend the people and the socialist gains.

The U.S. state: built on slavery and genocide

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Is the system broken, or is it working exactly as it was intended?

Who do they serve, who do they protect? An overview of the state

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To understand and fight state violence and repression, it is imperative to first understand the state.

Revolution Manifesto

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Nearly a century later, Lenin’s analysis on the class nature of the state, and the need to overthrow it, has been proven true time and again.