Posts Tagged: boston

Why I joined the Party for Socialism and Liberation

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The following is a presentation from the May 15 "Capitalism Is Organized Crime" conference in Boston, hosted by the PSL Hello sisters and brothe...

Water crisis in Boston area hits poor and working people hardest

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On May 1, a pipe rupture prevented 2 million people in the Greater Boston Area from drinking tap water for two-and-a-half days. Residents of 30 towns ...

Hundreds of thousands march for immigrant rights on May Day

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On May 1, International Workers Day, hundreds of thousands of people marched in the United States for immigrant rights. Many hundreds of thousands dem...

Community fights back against Boston school budget cuts

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On Wednesday, March 24, hundreds of students, union members, teachers, bus drivers, school custodians, parents and community members overtook the stre...

Right-wing Colombian president’s visit to Boston draws protest

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Colombian President Alvaro Uribe, a close ally of U.S. imperialism against the surging tide of popular resistance in Latin America, visited Boston Sep...

PSL holds community forum and speak-out against police brutality

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More than 20 activists, community members, youth and others gathered in Boston's Dudley Library on Monday, Aug. 24 for a forum against police brutalit...

Governor halts Boston meetings on planned transit fare increases

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On Aug. 10, over 150 people attended the MBTA’s first and only public meeting on the agency’s proposal to raise fares and cut service. Aft...

PSL Boston mobilizes against cutbacks, segregation

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On July 9, the PSL Boston branch held a public meeting tackling two major attacks against working-class communities in our city: the proposed fare hik...

MBTA raises rates, cuts services on the backs of workers

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On June 4, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority announced initial steps to increase fares and drastically reduce service system-wide. Months...

Boston school resegregation vote delayed

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Local parents, teachers, students and community organizers won a victory for the students of Boston June 3 when the superintendent of the district, Dr...