Wolves in Sheeps’ Clothing: Class Enemies in Baltimore’s Tent City

By: Comrades Carlo and Daniel Recognizing that we have enemies, we must analyze our community and determine class friend from class foe. When it comes to Tent City, an encampment below I-83, the class lines are deliberately blurred. There are a few reasons why it may be difficult to determine friend from foe, namely the way folks come at you. Why does an enemy speak … Continue reading Wolves in Sheeps’ Clothing: Class Enemies in Baltimore’s Tent City

A Worker Speaks: COVID-19 Coverup in Spanish Lake, Missouri

Anonymous Submission On February 8th, 2021, I was informed that an employee in the seafood department of the Sierra Vista Schnucks in Spanish Lake, Missouri had been sent home the day prior (Feb 7th) after testing positive for Covid-19. This is a store in a majority Black area, with majority Black staff. The management team is majority white. The remaining staff, having been possibly exposed, … Continue reading A Worker Speaks: COVID-19 Coverup in Spanish Lake, Missouri

Uprising Continues In Saint Louis Jail – 117 Inmates Seize Fourth Floor

Around 3:00 AM on Saturday morning, inmates once again rose in the maroon, slave rebel tradition, following in the footsteps of the Attica rebels of 1971, who rose and demanded to be treated as human beings, not as beasts. Reactionary governor Nelson Rockefeller mobilized the National Guard to suppress that uprising, resulting in several dead. On Saturday morning in the heart of Saint Louis, windows were smashed, items were thrown from windows, fires were lit, and banners/signs demanding “Freedom for 57” were made and displayed. “Free 57” refers to the 50 odd rebel inmates who were transferred to the Workhouse after previous demonstrations. This is a solidarity uprising and an uprising for human rights, and a natural response to state repression. A sign asking “What about Anthony Smith” was also seen. Anthony Smith was a Black man murdered by Police Officer Jason Stockley on December 20, 2011. The failure to indict Stockley touched off weeks of protests in 2017, which were met with brutal repression ordered by Mayor Lyda Krewson (D). Continue reading Uprising Continues In Saint Louis Jail – 117 Inmates Seize Fourth Floor

FTP-STL Speaks: On “The Best Of My Life Was in the NPA”

Comrades in FTP-STL (For the People – Saint Louis) read and discussed the Open Letter “The Best of My Life was in the NPA” by Ka Maria Nel of the Cordillera People’s Democratic Front in the Philippines after this week’s general body meeting. Comrades discussed what struck them the most about this piece and what can be learned from it. The responses are below: AU: … Continue reading FTP-STL Speaks: On “The Best Of My Life Was in the NPA”

Retail Investors on Reddit Blamed By Finance Capitalists for Gamestop Short Squeeze – Communists and the Stock Market

By: Comrade Toussaint Redditors, many of whom were frequenters of the subreddit r/wallstreetbets, had the financial world all atwitter this week as shares of Gamestop (GME) rose exponentially, closing at $347.51 on Wednesday. On Thursday, shares peaked at $483.00. A week before, it was trading at just under $40. These relatively small actors are being widely discussed and blamed for driving up the price of … Continue reading Retail Investors on Reddit Blamed By Finance Capitalists for Gamestop Short Squeeze – Communists and the Stock Market

A Response to Tribune of the People

PVN Editors We have only just now read the email from Tribune editors. We understand the objections made to our article and would like to extend an apology for our delay in responding. We will rectify our work by improving our internal and external communications as Peoples Voice News, which includes being on top of our emails. The reply by the Tribune was completely unacceptable. … Continue reading A Response to Tribune of the People

Los Angeles in the Age of COVID

By: Comrade Redbeard California has become an epicenter of the coronavirus. Perhaps nowhere is this more clear than in Los Angeles County, one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States and the world. In a local population of roughly 10 million, there are over 1 million confirmed cases thus far: in other words, about 1 in 10 Angelenos have the virus. Over 15,000 … Continue reading Los Angeles in the Age of COVID

Police Murders, Mental Health, and Protest: Report and Analysis from Newton, MA

by Comrade Connie Michael Conlon, 28, was murdered by the Newton Police Department on Tuesday after the owner of Indulge! candy store, Linda Weller Gulman, called the police while he was having a mental health crisis. Conlon, who lived above and frequented the store, reportedly told Gulman he had not taken his medication and he wanted to show her something, revealing a knife. Despite local … Continue reading Police Murders, Mental Health, and Protest: Report and Analysis from Newton, MA

BREAKING: Trump Supporters Storm U.S. Capitol

As Confederate flags and Trump 2020 banners fly outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington DC, pro-Trump protestors are entering the building by force. Videos taken at the scene show cops fleeing from demonstrators with fire extinguishers; others appear to simply be taking a self-guided tour of the building, wandering aimlessly through the halls. Windows have been smashed and both chambers of Congress are currently on … Continue reading BREAKING: Trump Supporters Storm U.S. Capitol

LET’S GET THIS PARTY STARTED: ON THE SPLIT IN THE NEW AFRIKAN BLACK PARTY AND FOUNDING OF THE REVOLUTIONARY INTERCOMMUNAL BLACK PANTHER PARTY

by Kevin Rashid Johnson, Minister of Defense RIBPP On December 29, 2020, I joined with several recently expelled members of the new Afrikan Black Panther Party (NABPP) and other comrades to create a new revolutionary intercommunal party as a split from and restructuring of the NABPP. This new formation, which unlike the NABPP has a democratically elected leadership, is the Revolutionary Intercommunal Black Panther Party … Continue reading LET’S GET THIS PARTY STARTED: ON THE SPLIT IN THE NEW AFRIKAN BLACK PARTY AND FOUNDING OF THE REVOLUTIONARY INTERCOMMUNAL BLACK PANTHER PARTY

SSD Speaks: Oppose State Repression of Mutual Aid! Fight for Revolution!

By the Political Development Working Group of Solidarity Supply Distro Earlier this month, the City of Boston’s Inspectional Services Department issued a violation notice to a food distribution program working out of a yard in Roslindale. The mutual aid program – labeled “underground” by the Boston Globe – offered regular access to free food for families in need, sourcing its supplies through the Brookline Food … Continue reading SSD Speaks: Oppose State Repression of Mutual Aid! Fight for Revolution!