End the illegal US Blockade on Cuba!

Imperialist Media Weaponizes ‘Nuance’ to Obscure the Blockade

Compared to the reactionary and oppressive landscape of TLGBQ+ struggles, rights, and healthcare in the U.S., the small island just 90 miles from the Florida coast, Cuba, has a national Family Code and a set of fierce national laws that prohibit all forms of discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, including the right of all people to form a family recognized by the state. Moreover, gender affirming care, which includes things like hormone replacement therapy (HRT), gender affirming surgeries, and other forms of special media care, is free for all Cuban citizens, as is the rest of their . . .

The Mirage of Mia Mottley

Mia Mottley, the current prime minister of Barbados, has emerged as one of leaders of the Global South in the 21st century in a world riddled by intersecting and worsening ecological, economic, political and social crises. Her rise to international repute has come at a time of shifting global power dynamics with the recent expansion of the BRICS, the Chinese challenge to Euro-American hegemony, the so-called ‘progressive’ turn of politics in Western democracies popularizing green new deals, climate and workers’ movements demanding transformative change and greater shares of economic gains following the COVID-19 pandemic.  At the same time, xenophobic and . . .

The Palestinian Resistance In Their Own Words

Everyone has an opinion about Palestine and resistance, but not every opinion is based in the reality of the actual resistance. Between historical illiteracy and misleading media propaganda, the average person in the United States knows very little about Hamas, and therefore the actions which took place on October 7. . . .

Burkina Faso Salutes the People of Chad

21 January at the Thomas Sankara Centre for African Liberation and Unity, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso Ladies and Gentlemen, journalists, distinguished guests in your ranks, It’s a real pleasure and honour for us to have you at the Centre Thomas Sankara for this press conference dedicated to raising the voice of our country’s pan-Africanists in support of the martyred brother people of Chad, the land of Toumaï, the ancestor of humanity. Some may ask why we, the people of Burkina Faso, want to support our Chadian brothers and sisters. First of all, we are super-exploited countries within the framework of the . . .