Justice, IL: A Struggle for Justice – Interview With the Family of Suri Davis

By: Com. J Content Warning: murder / sexual assualt mentioned On November 22nd, 2021, Suri Davis, a 15 year old Black girl, was dropped off outside her home by her school bus. She sent her parents a group text as she walked into the Willow Hill Apartment Complex in Justice, IL at 3:30 p.m.. She never made it to her family’s apartment. She was shot–fatally, … Continue reading Justice, IL: A Struggle for Justice – Interview With the Family of Suri Davis

17 Working Class African People Die In Bronx Fire, Sellout Adams Administration Has Landlord On Transition Team

Comrade Toussaint Fatoumata Drammeh, 50, female; Foutmala Drammeh, 21, female; Muhammed Drammeh, 12, male; Nyumaaisha Drammeh, 19, female; Haji Dukary, 49, male; Fatoumata Dukureh, 5, female; Haja Dukureh, 37, female; Mariam Dukureh, 11, female; Mustapha Dukureh, 12, male; Omar Jambang, 6, male; Sera Janneh, 27, female; Haouwa Mahamadou, 5, female; Seydou Toure, 12, male; Fatoumata Tunkara, 43, female; Isatou Jabbie, 31, female; Hagi Jawara, 47, … Continue reading 17 Working Class African People Die In Bronx Fire, Sellout Adams Administration Has Landlord On Transition Team

Fascism is More than Rallies and Street Brawls: January 6 and Fantasies of Amerikan Democracy

By Comrade Redbeard Today marks the first anniversary of the Gastropub Putsch, also known as the Capitol Riot, or to those that really want to emphasize the point that it’s bad to threaten the u.s. government, the Capitol Insurrection. In the days and weeks leading up to January 6, 2022, much of the capitalist press, liberal talking heads, bourgeois academics, and Democratic politicians have spilled … Continue reading Fascism is More than Rallies and Street Brawls: January 6 and Fantasies of Amerikan Democracy

Criminal Developer Paul McKee Continues War On Black Saint Louis

Comrade Toussaint Paul McKee, a wealthy white real estate developer who has swallowed up huge chunks of Saint Louis’s New Afrikan community, continues his war on this proud and resilient people, this time insulting the memory of one of its most cherished institutions. Homer G. Phillips Hospital, located at 2601 North Whittier Street in the Ville, closed in 1979, another victim of neoliberalism. Before its … Continue reading Criminal Developer Paul McKee Continues War On Black Saint Louis

“Her Legacy is Going to Live On”: An Undocumented Woman’s Murder at the  Hands of Settler-Imperialism 

Author: Comrade Reed   Author’s note: All names in this story have been replaced with pseudonyms at the request of the interviewee, in order to protect his identity. The story is otherwise presented unaltered. When asked to describe his wife, Mr. Ninety-One spoke of her universal love for the world around her. “She loved everything about life,” he said. “She loved trees, she loved animals. She  used … Continue reading “Her Legacy is Going to Live On”: An Undocumented Woman’s Murder at the  Hands of Settler-Imperialism 

Abortion Rights are Human Rights: No Apologies, No Restrictions!

                                                        By Comrade Redbeard     Once again, the state of Texas is on the cutting edge of reactionary politics. Earlier this year, the cultural luddites, moral lepers, and sadists with a quorum in the Texan legislature and governor’s mansion passed one of the most extreme anti-abortion laws in recent US history. Essentially, the new law, SB 8, overturns the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling … Continue reading Abortion Rights are Human Rights: No Apologies, No Restrictions!

Red Salute to Comrade Gonzalo!

​ On Friday, September 24, 2021, a small group gathered in Portland, Oregon, to watch and discuss the 1992 BBC documentary “People of the Shining Path,” as well as commemorate Comrade Gonzalo and discuss his contributions to the International Communist Movement. Before watching the documentary, the following was read about Gonzalo. Chairman Gonzalo, also known as Dr. Abimael Guzman Reynoso, was born on December 3, … Continue reading Red Salute to Comrade Gonzalo!

Bourgeois Rights and the Means

Author:”Lao Tian” Translator:”Kyon” Translator’s Note Lao Tian is a prolific writer and one of the leading figures of China’s left. This terse article should be treated as a polemical piece that reflects on the power inequalities in the Socialist management system that allowed for the re-establishment of the Capitalist wage system. “To each according to his labor” is the principle of Socialist distribution that has … Continue reading Bourgeois Rights and the Means

Class Analysis and the U.S. Military

By Comrade Carlos How do we as revolutionary communists determine friend from foe? Not everyone who calls themselves your comrade has your back, and deciphering who our true enemies are in the field while organizing is crucial to avoid wasting our time attempting to recruit those with class interests opposed to a socialist revolution. Simply put, those classes oppressed in the current societies around the … Continue reading Class Analysis and the U.S. Military

The Fool’s Golden State: California’s Recall Election Staggers to an End

By Comrade Redbeard There are many upsides to living in California. We have breathtaking, diverse natural landscapes, many of which are on fire on a regular basis. Other states envy our fields that feed millions, and the immigrant farmworkers worked to exhaustion by landowners. Do you want to meet some of the nastiest police departments in a country full of them, or urban centers seemingly … Continue reading The Fool’s Golden State: California’s Recall Election Staggers to an End

Faerie Fire: On Revolutionary Queer History: Part Two

Comrade Val ​​​​​​​  There’s a myth that I’m sure a lot of us have heard time and time again: that it gets better. Dan Savage started the It Gets Better project in September of 2010 in response to the deluge of suicides by queer youth that year. I was 16 at the time, struggling with my own gender and sexuality, and I vividly remember reading about each suicide … Continue reading Faerie Fire: On Revolutionary Queer History: Part Two

An Account from The Pot Fields of Northern California

Anonymous In Spring of 2021, I journeyed to northern California, looking for work on an “outlaw” pot farm. The weed economy in California is quasi-legal, with the federal, state, and local pigs still enforcing draconian laws against marijuana cultivation and distribution. There are no rights for the people who work in the cannabis industry, no legal protections or framework respected by the authorities. Drive around … Continue reading An Account from The Pot Fields of Northern California

It Won’t Stop Until We Stop It: Joint International Workers’ Day 2021 Statement From 10 FTP Chapters

I.) On the International Situation US imperialism, the number one threat to continued existence of humanity, continues to sow war and coup plots the world over. This is to be expected, the enemy will remain the enemy. When we speak of imperialism, we of course also speak of what Nkrumah called “the last stage” of imperialism, which is neocolonialism. Lenin defines imperialism as, essentially, the … Continue reading It Won’t Stop Until We Stop It: Joint International Workers’ Day 2021 Statement From 10 FTP Chapters

SSD Speaks: One Year Later—Our Successes, Failures, and Future

Boston, MA When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the shores of so-called America back in early March 2020, Boston schools threatened to shut down. While school closures were bad because they affected food access and working families who rely on them for childcare, they were also a necessary measure for ensuring the pandemic didn’t spread. This led to a small group of activists from several different … Continue reading SSD Speaks: One Year Later—Our Successes, Failures, and Future