As Michael Moore puts it, there is a lot “sicko” with our health care system. In many cases, it is with the AIDS epidemic where our system’s most profound injustices and inefficiencies are brought fully into the light.
CHICAGO — Students and teachers here, during “back to school week” at the Rudy Lozano Leadership Academy, an alternative high school in the Mexican American Pilsen neighborhood, honored the life of Rudy Lozano, Sept. 5.
Australia: Labor, war protesters challenge Bush Czech Republic: U.S. bases not popular Ethiopia: Norwegian diplomats ousted Jamaica: Labor Party wins election Palestine: UN report indicts economy
The international network of committees in support of five Cuban prisoners in the United States — Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino, Fernando Gonzáles, Antonio Guerrero and René Gonzáles — has launched a worldwide campaign for their release.
Almost 6 million Guatemalans voted Sept. 9 for a new president, vice president, 158 parliamentary deputies and 322 mayors. Fourteen political parties were involved in electioneering that began on May 2. Voting in Guatemala is mandatory.
James E. Jackson Jr., a giant in the struggle for African American equality, world peace and socialism, passed away Sept. 1, just short of his 93rd birthday. He was one of the truly heroic figures of the African American freedom movement, the progressive movement generally, and the Communist Party USA
Civil rights organizations have gathered an estimated 200,000 signatures on petitions demanding freedom for six African American youth in Jena, La., facing decades in prison for taking a stand against Klan-like hate.
CLEVELAND — At a rally for immigrant rights here Sept. 10, a standing-room-only crowd applauded as the 8-year-old son of Elvira Arellano, recently deported to Mexico, appealed for an end to the inhumane assaults on families by federal authorities.
BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Millions of people lined the streets here on Labor Day for the annual West Indian American Day Parade, billed as the largest parade in the United States. And, of course, the People’s Weekly World was there.
Did the Bush administration kidnap former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, or did Aristide leave office voluntarily on Feb. 29, 2004, as the administration alleges? Randall Robinson, in “An Unbroken Agony,” argues persuasively that the United States kidnapped Haiti’s president. He also explains the reasons for Aristide’s ouster.