Eyewitnesses describe a brutal police beating of 39-year-old Raul Garcia, which left the street covered in blood.
On May 15, fast food workers went on strike in as many as 150 cities around the world. Liberation News staffers report from the streets.
On April 25, more than 50 people rallied outside the Connecticut Department of Children and Families headquarters in Hartford to demand justice for a transgender 16-year-old girl.
On June 2, Liberation received a call about a showdown between police and community residents outside of an apartment building at 157th St and Courtland Ave in the South Bronx.
Full-time collectors who depend on the turnpike to feed their families have seen their pay reduced 30 percent.
Cutting food stamps by $8 billion over the next decade, poor and working-class families will see immediate cuts of $90 per month, on average.
The government and mass media of the Dominican Republic has been promoting a racist hysteria against Haitians for months, and this campaign has already led to deadly consequences.
De Blasio's rise is no accident of history. Rather, it must be explained in the context of the current phase of class struggle.
Assata Shakur is not an official mayoral candidate, but because the threats against her are so grave, we are encouraging everyone to write in her name for this year’s mayoral election.
De Blasio is not a real threat to the status quo, does not have a program to empower or mobilize poor and working class people and is indeed just another Democratic career politician