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Today in history: Meet the Blind Month

Blindness is not the characteristic that defines people or their future.


Today in history: Ethel Rosenberg born, commemoration in Los Angeles

Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were American citizens executed at Sing Sing prison in Ossining, N.Y. on June 19, 1953.


Marxist sociologists to meet in Chicago

This year's theme for the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting is "Sexualities in the Social World."


Hangout Tuesday with CPUSA’s new head red

Join us Tuesday, Sept. 16, 8 p.m. Eastern in a Google+ Hangout with John Bachtell, the newly elected chair of the Communist Party USA.


CPUSA’s 30th National Convention examines challenges facing the nation

The convention was arguably the most open and broadly attended in the party's history. Events were live streamed and open to the press.


Opening of the Communist Party’s 30th national convention

Delegates from around the country are arriving here today for the opening of the Communist Party's 30th national convention.


Privilege - towards a Marxist analysis

The promotion of the concept of privilege is spreading like wildfire. Everybody is talking about the privilege of being of a preferred group. Preferred by whom, is the issue. 


Labor movement – key link in chain of progress

I believe today is both more necessary and possible for the party and its members to be involved in the labor movement.


Understanding capitalism: Economic stagnation, non-traditional labor, and points of strategic focus

The CPUSA will meet in Chicago June 13-15 for its 30th national convention.


Communists to convene in Chicago

The party's 30th national convention will be held June 12-15 on the campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago. "Politically, we are ready. It's going to be a great affair."

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