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Woke up, and it’s September

The International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS) has declared September as the month for solidarity with the Philippines. Anti-imperialist organizations worldwide are coming together...

Lumad schools: Bastion of unity in struggle

DIVIDE AND CONQUER. This strategy, despite being repeated over and over again, still proves to be effective for modern-day fascists, imperialists, and colonizers — including...

Migrant workers at a time of a pandemic

Back in March early this year, when news of the coronavirus broke, we all assumed it would pass in six weeks. We were all...

Zambia: growing condemnation vs. political repression

On August 22, Dr. Cosmas Musumali -- a German-educated economist, general secretary of the Socialist Party of Zambia (SP) and a progressive intellectual and...

Climate crisis needs bold measures! Nationalize fossil fuel monopolies for a rapid transition to clean energy

During the last decade the climate crisis has impacted severely on the Australian people and the biodiversity of the natural environment.

Biofortification will never end global hunger – not now, not ever

Proponents of biofortification are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to promote the development, production, and sale of genetically-engineered food crops as a silver bullet to the imminent hunger crisis.

Lessons from Corona: Smash capitalism!

The Covid-19 pandemic has not only exposed the ineffectiveness of the capitalist system to deal with a crisis but also its criminal tendency to disregard hunger and impoverishment suffered by the masses at this critical juncture, prioritizing profits over people. Further, the imperialist anti-labor policies have also been well exposed. Neoliberal policies have bereft nation-states of financial, material and human resources, are helpless to stop the disease and look after the needs of the people.

Carlito Badion’s infectious courage

Carlito Badion, known for his indubitable courage, was an effective urban poor leader because he knew poverty like the palm of his hand.

Randy Echanis and Inhumane Jail Conditions

Being jailed is not new to KMP leader Randall Echanis, 60. His detention in January this year following his arrest in Bago City, Negros...

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