Cuba and Venezuela Solidarity Committee Statement on attempted assassination of President Nicolás Maduro
The Cuba and Venezuela Solidarity Committee in the United States joins a multitude of international solidarity groups, progressive governments, and revolutionary movements around the world in expressing our support for President Nicolás Maduro, the PSUV and the Bolivarian revolutionary process following the cowardly attempt on the life of the President in Caracas.
Faced with universal opposition and planned mass protests of tens of thousands of people the Pentagon has called off the November 10 military parade glorifying war, militarism and Donald Trump.
Join us in supporting organizations putting in real work for la gente de Puerto Rico, not for the government and Wall Street.
The ANSWER Coalition urges its supporters to help Ramona Africa, a tireless fighter for freedom for political prisoners, and justice and liberation for all people.
By mid-July it became clear that, despite persistent images of near-collapse painted by the international press, the country appears to be returning to something close to normality.
The mass anti-racist, anti-fascist rally in front of the White House on August 12 was an amazing demonstration of strength and unity.
We won’t allow Washington, D.C., to be used as a stage to promote white supremacist hatred.
Colombia Humana has called for August 7 to be a day of national actions in Colombia to demand an end to political violence, and that the peace accords be honored. The Alliance for Global Justice, School of the America’s Watch, People’s Human Rights Observatory, Task Force on the Americas, Party of Liberation and Socialism, Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Marcha Patriótica of California, Committee to Free Simón Trinidad, and Camino Común have called for August 5-11 to be International Days for Peace in Colombia and against Death Squad and State Terror.
Longtime leader in Nicaragua solidarity movement Chuck Kaufman takes on imperialist myths in "The Case Against Daniel Ortega"
"The coup has failed thanks to the support of the majority of the Nicaraguan people for peace, but half a billion dollars in damage has been done and the peace is incomplete ..."
Stop Banking the Bomb has been organizing ongoing actions against PNC Bank for its role in investing in nuclear-related businesses, including on June 30 in Oakmont, PA, and July 20 at PNC Tower in downtown Pittsburgh.