The People’s Weekly World/Nuestro Mundo fund drive has been progressing at a pretty good pace. But now we have to step it up. As of Oct. 15, we are at $76,723, about 38 percent. We want to reach $100,000 by Nov. 1. Can you help us? Please make a donation today for the fund drive.

To donate online today click or phone (646) 437-5363.

This is our annual collective appeal for readers to help us keep going strong. We’ve been there — bringing you stories and voices of those in struggle for economic and social justice from Jena, La., to Detroit; from Oakland, Calif., to Portland, Maine.

I hope you can be there for the PWW like the PWW has been there for you.

For a generous gift of $500 we will send you the fabulous Smithsonian-produced CD of Paul Robeson’s independent recordings.

Thank you.

In struggle,

Teresa Albano Editor



Teresa Albano
Teresa Albano

Teresa Albano is a staff writer for People's World and an award-winning journalist. Born and raised in Chicago, Albano is a member of the Chicago News Guild-Communications Workers of America and has been covering political, labor and social justice issues for more than 25 years. Albano was the first woman editor-in-chief of People's World, 2003-2010, leading the transition from weekly print to daily online publishing and establishing PW's social media presence.

Albano lived in New York City for 13 years and has traveled throughout the United States and abroad, including to India, Cuba, Angola, Italy and to Paris for the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference. She received awards from International Labor Communications Association, National Federation of Press Women and Illinois Woman Press Association, including its prestigious Silver Feather Award. Albano attends Northeastern Illinois University and recently received NEIU's Future Alumni Leader award. She will graduate in December 2016. 

Combining her passion for swimming and for social justice, she founded the blog, Swimming Social, during the 2016 Rio Games.