Che Guevara: A Singular Letter

María del Carmen Ariet García This article is taken from volume 8 of the journal Paradigma, Anuario Institucional del Centro de Estudios Che Guevara, dedicated to the Socialist Transition in Cuba, which will be presented soon. The letter to which reference is made appears in the book “Epistolario de un tiempo. Letters 1947-1967”. “I write…

Guevara in the Reflections of Anastás Mikoyán

Ernesto Che Guevera with Anastás Mikoyán, first vice-president of the Council of Ministers of the USSR. Excerpt from the book “Anatomy of the Caribbean Crisis” by Sergo Mikoyán, Chapter XIV, “Che Guevara”. Fragments of an interview with journalist I.R. Grigulievich granted by Anastás Mikoyán, a few months before his death. You were able to meet…

African Puppets of Imperialism Must Go!

A-APRP Revolutionary Pan-Africanism calls us to unite and forge a definitive struggle against neo-colonialism: Forward to one unified socialist Africa. The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) thanks you for your participation in the 2019 commemorations of African Liberation Day. This special day of work, study and organizing has become an institution across not only the…

Violence Against Black Women: Learning from Black Socialist Feminists

Rachel Domond, Roxbury resident Founders of the Combahee River Collective Beverly Smith (second from left), Barbara Smith (second from right) and Demita Frazier (right) organized a protest in 1979 against a string of murders of Black women in Boston. April 1 marked the 40th anniversary of a protest against the “Roxbury Murders” of 1979. A…

Gandhi, Marx and the Ideal of an ‘Unalienated Life’

Akeel Bilgrami, Jipson John, and P. M. Jitheesh Akeel Bilgrami is an Indian philosopher of international eminence and scholarship. He graduated from Elphinstone College, University of Bombay, in 1970 and went to the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. Thereafter, he moved to the United States and earned a PhD in philosophy from the…

Workers Power and the Spanish Revolution

Black Rose Federation In a political moment where the tide of fascism appears to be on the march, looking at past examples can provide inspiration, hope and lessons. In this valuable and lucid long-form essay, veteran writer and activist Tom Wetzel details what George Orwell described when first arriving in anarchist dominated Barcelona as his first…