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Borders, Blackness, and Empire

By Jemima Pierre on September 22, 2021

graphic: Lalo Alcaraz

The spectacle of violence against Haitians at the U.S.-Mexico border needs to be seen in light of ongoing U.S. imperialism in Haiti. (more…)

Cuba Rejects Biden’s Cynicism at the UN

By Alejandra Garcia on September 23, 2021, from Havana

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel

US President Joe Biden did it again. This Tuesday, he took the podium at the United Nations General Assembly to label Cuba and other progressive nations as authoritarian and inconsequential to the needs of their people in an attempt to justify the onslaught of sanctions that Washington maintains against the island. (more…)

Venezuelan President Calls for a World Free from Economic Domination of an Empire

September 22, 2021

photo: @CancilleriaVE

The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro expressed today that it is urgent for the world to consolidate the construction of a new order of peace, cooperation, dialogue, political, religious, as well as cultural diversity, multilateral and pluricentric, during the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly. (more…)

Mexico Rescued CELAC

By Por Ángel Guerra Cabrera on September 23, 2021

The VI Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), held in Mexico, was an undoubted success for President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Mexican diplomacy. (more…)

Sergio Ramirez on Nicaragua – Treason All Over Again…

By Stephen Sefton on September 21, 2021

photo: Cuaderno Sandinista

As Nicaragua’s presidential and legislative  elections next November 7th draw nearer, so the attacks demonizing the country’s Sandinista FSLN government led by President Daniel Ortega become progressively more intense. (more…)

Haitian Refugee Crisis Made in the US

September 21, 2021

Credit: @jbmoorephoto

The Haiti Action Committee denounces the inhumane and racist deportation of Haitian refugees from the US-Mexico border, where thousands of people are living in terrible, even deadly, conditions, and are being systematically deported by the Biden Administration. This is a crime. (more…)

The Hunger Virus; Capitalist Trademark and Label

By Pasqualina Curcio on September 20, 2021

During the 10 minutes or so it will take you to read this article, 110 people in the world will have died of hunger, which is equivalent to 15,840 human beings daily, or almost 6 million a year according to Oxfam estimates. (more…)

The US Monopoly on its ‘Back Yard’ Doesn’t Look so Secure Any Longer

By Arturo Rosales September 20, 2021

At the relaunch of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) in Mexico City on September 18, there was a surprise guest speaker at the end of the summit debate and presentations. (more…)

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