Dorothy Day & The Vote

Written by Brian Terrell Originally published in the The Catholic Worker Vol. LXXXIII, No. 5 August-September, 2016   “When one mentions Dorothy Day, one thinks automatically of the Catholic Worker Movement, the religious organization that she founded to help alleviate poverty and injustice.  But few people know that Dorothy Day was also a committed suffragist […]

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Forest Home Cemetery

While we were on the road this past summer we visited the Forest Home Cemetery in Chicago.  It is a historic cemetery were many radical people are now buried.  It is also the home of the Haymarket martyrs memorial.

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My Struggle for Freedom in the midst of Virginia’s Truth-in-Sentencing and Abolition of Parole Laws

Originally posted on Conscious Prisoner:
I am a 38-year-old Black male from the city of Richmond, Virginia, who has been incarcerated at various prisons in the Virginia Department of Corrections for over 20 consecutive years. I am serving a 93-year prison sentence without the possibility of parole for my participation in a robbery that resulted…

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Lessons from the Greek tragedy

From Libcom Many volumes will be written over the coming years about the rise and fall of SYRIZA, but the immediate lessons are simple. Capitalism is sustained in part by the Left From European social democrats supporting imperialist slaughter in World War One, to the French Communist Party winding down the General Strike in 1968, […]

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