CHICAGO — Fernando Suarez del Solar will be the featured speaker at the annual People’s Weekly World/Nuestro Mundo banquet here Sunday, Jan. 16.
Music Review NEW YORK — Canadian Gregory Charles is the son of a Trinidadian father and Quebecois mother, hence the title of his one-man musical, “Black and White.” Charles began a U.S. tour with performances Nov. 12 and 13 at the Beacon Theater here.
Opinion Some of us who consider ourselves to be liberals or progressives have been just too quiet in the conversation about moral values.
The debate in labor / Profit system worsens AIDS crisis
Wisconsin Peace and Justice Committee Chairman John Gilman was decorated with the Cuban Medal of Friendship, Nov. 12, in Havana.
Giving thanks / Ditching Private Ryan and Saving Mr. DeLay
While little known today, during the late 1920s and the 1930s, B.D. Amis was one of a small cadre of African Americans leading the fight for workers’ rights and racial justice. Urbane in demeanor and a dynamic speaker, he was one of the most important Black activists of his time. His commitment was to the working class and, in particular, the Black working class.
Aidan White, general secretary of the International Federation of Journalists, condemned the Colombian government last week for deporting four senior international trade unionists from the international airport in Bogotá in early November.