Share your story in the next issue of News & Letters: November-December deadline

October 23, 2017

The deadline for the November-December 2017 issue of News & Letters is Sunday, October 29.

Share your story with the world! Send in reports on your workplace, your town, your country; conditions, events, ideas, and debates. Send in Readers’ Views responding to articles in News & Letters and/or to what is happening in the world.  News & Letters will run articles and Readers’ Views about the aftermath of hurricanes in Puerto Rico and the Gulf coast, about the war on women and the explosion of “#MeToo,” about the genocide against the Rohingya in Burma/Myanmar, about our life and times.

And if you haven’t already, check out our latest issue and our most recent articles:

Women’s liberationist and managing editor of News & Letters Terry Moon writes about why she posted #MeToo on social media and how women’s experiences must impact what revolution has to mean.

Puerto Rico devastated by hurricanes, colonial exploitation, and Trump’s racism
We condemn the racist response of the Trump administration to the desperate situation in Puerto Rico. What we are seeing there is nothing less than a physical and moral apocalypse.

Earthquakes in Mexico: a wake-up call
An in-person report of the recent devastating earthquakes in Mexico and how social conditions including capitalism, government corruption, etc., negatively affect rescue efforts; how everyday people’s self-organization makes a significant difference.

Resistance to nuclear waste in Bure, France
Police raids in Bure, France, attempted to disrupt resistance to a deep geologic repository for nuclear waste.

What it means to be ‘a good company man’
Retired miner and Marxist-Humanist Andy Phillips recounts an incident from the Consolidation Coal Company whose foreman refused compensation for a worker who sustained a back injury from years of laying 10-foot steel rails that weighed 60 pounds a foot.

The struggle for the meaning of history
On Aug. 27 in Berkeley, Calif., thousands came out to protest an “alt-right,” “No to Marxism,” demonstration including Black Lives Matter, feminists, Muslims, immigrants, leftists, and ordinary citizens against “hate.”

Chicagoans defend Genoveva Ramirez against ICE
Hundreds demonstrated Aug. 31 outside Chicago offices of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, supporting Genoveva Ramirez and all others being threatened with deportation.

September-October 2017 issue is online!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.