Posts Tagged: racism

Seattle cops walk after killing Charleena Lyles

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In a bald-faced travesty of justice, Seattle’s Police Review Board concluded that the police execution of Charleena Lyles was “reasonable, proport...

Chicago Demands Justice for Laquan, Not Money for Amazon

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We will fight for a Chicago where racist police are held accountable for killing Black people, for a Chicago that welcomes and accommodates all people...

The Amazon HQ bid, gentrification and Chicago’s war on Black people

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An Amazon HQ would escalate gentrification and the war on Black, Brown and working-class communities—a war which is already well underway.

NYC protest a battle cry from the Puerto Rican diaspora

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Hundred of activists gathered in the shadow of New York City’s Trump Tower Oct. 3. Called together by The Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, Proliberta...

Boston to DC: Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March!

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On August 19, hundreds people from around the United States, including organizers and former prisoners, gathered in Washington D.C. to take part in th...

Solidarity with the anti-racist, anti-fascist heroes in Charlottesville [PSL Statement]

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The PSL salutes the thousands who are in the streets and have put their bodies on the line against white supremacy.

US hypocrisy re Venezuela: the racist, undemocratic US constitution

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It's truly astonishing to watch the U.S. media and political establishment denounce the elections for the Constituent Assembly in Venezuela as a so-ca...

Toxic legacy of uranium mining in Native Southwest

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From the late 1940s to the early 1970s, Native American labor extracted approximately four million tons of uranium ore in the Southwest.

Poisoned and discarded by HUD, EPA environmental racism in East Chicago, IN

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Toxic pollution in East Chicago isn’t a new discovery. EPA documents dating back the 1980s show the soil around the West Calumet Housing Complex had...

Powerful march for Philando Castile in Chicago

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After multiple people spoke out on the injustice, the strikingly multinational march proceeded, led by Black people and LGBT people.