November-December 2019 issue is online

November 18, 2019

Lead article: GM strikers fight capital’s drive to impoverish workers; Editorial: The Arab Spring is ongoing; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya–Urgently needed in a time of political crisis: Philosophy and revolution as process; Essay: Black August, from 1971 to 2011-13; Voices from the inside out: Generations in jail; Kurds in U.S protest Trump’s betrayal; Voices of young and old from the Global Climate Strike; L.A. plans gains for rideshare drivers; World in View: Ecuadorians resist austerity, repression; Sexism, racism and incarceration in Brazil; Frightening refineries; Greta Thunberg: No One Is Too Small; More…

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Queer Notes, November-December 2019

Stabbing of a Palestinian Transgender teenager; vandalization of the Women and Children First bookstore in Chicago; a Shoreline, Wash. Christian school’s new policy stating the Bible is inerrant, and rainbow crosswalks in Ames, Iowa.

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Handicap this, November-December 2019

Domino’s Pizza inaccessible website; disability rights advocate Marca Bristo dies; Orange County, California, residential care homes owing over $1 million in back wages, and British rock climber Jesse Dufton leading the ascent of the Old Man of Hoy.

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Women Worldwide, November-December 2019

Laws against abortion and sex outside of marriage in Morocco; violence against women in South Africa; Ontario’s Provincial Police will no longer release the genders of crime suspects and victims, and abortion laws in Mexico.

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Free Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa!

November 10, 2019

It is more important than ever to free Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa, one of the four main representatives in the historic 2011-13 hunger strikes initiated in Pelican Bay prison’s Security Housing Unit, from prison as in early November 2019 he suffered a stroke.

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Youth in Action, November-December 2019

November 4, 2019

Youth in Action column on protests by Papuan students in Jakarta; an appeal by youth to “Save DACA in the Supreme Court now!” during the Sept. 12 presidential debate in Houston, and the national student strike for the climate on Sept. 20 in Miami Beach, Florida.

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Hong Kong defiance

Bob McGuire describes the ongoing protests in Hong Kong, triggered five months ago against a colonialist extradition bill to mainland China.

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PDF of November-December 2019 issue of News & Letters is online

October 29, 2019

The lead article of the new November-December issue of News & Letters takes up the autoworkers’ strike at GM in the context of current labor battles. The editorial shows that “The Arab Spring Is Ongoing.”

That new issue will be mailed out this week.  It can be viewed as a pdf now at http://newsandletters.org/PDF-ARCHIVE/2019/2019-11-12.pdf.  You can [=>]

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Nuevo número de Praxis en América Latina (oct.-nov. 2019)

October 10, 2019

Dice Praxis en América Latina:

Nuevo número

Incluye textos sobre

  1. a) Los nuevos caracoles zapatistas
  2. b) La huelga climática global, socialismo y ecología
  3. c) Dos encuentros de mujeres
  4. d) Egipto, Kashmir y Hong Kong

Entre muchos textos más.

Comentarios y colaboraciones a este correo.

Praxis en América Latina 

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Ayotzinapa, a cinco años

September 24, 2019

De Praxis en América Latina:

Como adjunto el editorial de Praxis. Por favor, comparta con sus contactos y redes.
Agradecemos sus comentarios.

https://newsandletters.org/PDF-ARCHIVE/PraxisEnAmericaLatina/Suplemento_Ayotzinapa.pdf

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September-October 2019 issue of News & Letters is online

September 3, 2019

Lead article: Hong Kong masses fight rulers’ grab for power; Editorial: Supremacists are ‘coming for you!’; Editorial: Kashmir in our changed world; Help ‘News & Letters’ survive and thrive; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Permanent revolution and the dialectic; Voices from the Inside Out: Promises broken; Women as Reason: Women, terrorism and misogyny; Essay: Socialism and ecology; World in View: Puerto Ricans stand up for dignity; Letter from Mexico: Chiapas Indigenous join Zapatistas; Iran workers jailed; Mexican and U.S. teachers’ dialogue; More…

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World in View: Sudan and Syria test revolutionaries

Gerry Emmett writes on the crossroads reached by the Sudanese Revolution, with the accord between the revolutionary Forces for Freedom and Change and the genocidal Transitional Military Council signed on Aug. 4. He sees a parallel between the Left’s response to the Sudanese Revolution and the Syrian Revolution.

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Green Detroit!

Susan Van Gelder reports on a rally of youth, workers, and native people in Detroit demanding ”Make Detroit the Engine of a Green New Deal.”

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Protests in Russia

Report on the increase of large protests and mass unrest in Russia caused by economic conditions, reports of slave labor and the government’s refusal to allow opposition candidates on the ballot for Moscow city council elections.

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