El Che en la Revolución Cubana

Fiery Prophet of the Dawn – Poem by Che Guevara Por Fernando Martínez Heredia Via Tortilla Con Sal Palabras de Fernando Martínez Heredia en la presentación del tomo 7 de la obrar El Che en la revolución cubana, durante la Feria del Libro de La Habana. La publicación de este séptimo tomo de El Che…

Black Reconstruction and the Paris Commune: Two Momentous Revolutions

By Jeff Sorel Black History Month brings back to life long-buried struggles of African-American people for liberation and justice. One of the most stirring such struggles took place a century-and-a-half ago during Reconstruction, when a revolutionary upsurge in the 1870s led to formerly enslaved people winning political power throughout the U.S. South. A contemporaneous revolutionary…

How to Do Operational PGP

By Anonymous Contributor This is a guide on how to email securely. There are many guides on how to install and use PGP to encrypt email. This is not one of them. This is a guide on secure communication using email with PGP encryption. If you are not familiar with PGP, please read another guide first….

Antifa Worldwide: A Brief History of International Antifascism

Fascism, as we know it today, came amid the sweeping nationalism accompanying World War I. Numerous leftists shifting from left to right ported their watchwords of solidarity and insurrection over to militant formations designed to destroy the left and seize power. They were not unopposed in this mobilization of a left and right so-called “revolution.”…

Responding to the Fascist Creep: An Interview with Alexander Reid Ross

Below is an interview conducted with anti-fascist author and organizer Alexander Reid Ross addressing many of the themes raised in his upcoming book, Against the Fascist Creep.  We discuss what the idea of “creeping fascism” is, where it has become prevalent, and what organizations have begun to confront it. Anti-Fascist News: Could you explain a little…

First, They Shot the Anarchists…

Trump and the New Normal Its Going Down The riots that took place during Trump’s inauguration as well as in Berkeley, California against Breitbart editor and Alt-Right troll Milo Yiannopoulos, have rocked the political establishment, created a collective gasp of disdain from liberal and leftist leadership, and generated a wave of blowback from both within…

The White Women’s March

By Yejide Orunmila President of ANWO (African National Women’s Organization) From “Beyond the Women’s March: White Women’s Reparations to African People” Web Conference hosted by the Uhuru Solidarity Movement. Yejide Orunmila, president of ANWO (African National Women’s Organization) and member of the Uhuru Movement examines the (white) Women’s March on Washington, and explains the political…

Queen Mother Moore (1898-1997): A Legacy of Revolutionary Resistance

Audley Moore blazed a trail from Garveyism and Communism to Pan-Africanism and Reparations By Abayomi Azikiwe African American History Month Series No. 2 One leading figure in the 20th century movement for African liberation in the United States and around the world is Audley Eloise Moore, widely known as Queen Mother Moore. Her efforts spanned…

The Invention of the White Race 

“When the first Africans arrived in Virginia in 1619, there were no ‘white’ people there; nor, according to the colonial records, would there be for another sixty years.” — Theodore W. Allen The Invention of the White Race  by Theodore Allen Theodore W. Allen’s The Invention of the White Race By Jeffery Perry Theodore W. Allen’s two-volume The…

Why the Left-wing Needs a Gun Culture

By Lorenzo Raymond Above:  Lois Scott, organizer for the Brookside, Kentucky chapter of the United Mine Workers of America, retrieves a handgun in the documentary Harlan County, USA (Barbara Koppel, 1976) “We become depressed when we look around and see 1100 white supremacist militia groups, and some of our names at the top [of their…