Exiled Daughter of Slain Honduran Activist Exposes Coup Legacy

Ramiro S. Fúnez By the time she saw her mother lying dead on the ground, Margarita Montserrat Salinas Murillo knew she had to take action. She was 27, staring down at the body of the 54-year-old woman whom she also considered to be one of her best friends. Montserrat, as everyone calls her, saw her…

CARICOM Deals a Blow to US Plans for Regime Change in Venezuela

US Diplomats in the Caribbean Ordered to Step Up Psych Ops By Gerald A. Perreira Internationalist 360° Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, Delcy Rodriguez, recently tweeted that the “US State Department deployed its ambassadors in the region to attack Venezuela. We come with renewed vigor to defeat them at the OAS.” So said, so done. Last week,…

Federation of Cuban Women Respond to Threats by the US President

Accustomed to struggling and resisting, we Cuban women state to U.S. President Donald Trump, that we do not accept walls, intervention or threats from anybody, and much less from those who wish to disregard the legacy which has sustained and motivated us for centuries. Federación de Mujeres Cubanas | internet@granma.cu We cannot remain silent in…

The Body Count Rises in the US War Against Black People

By Ajamu Baraka Before we can even process the acquittal of the murders of Philado Castile, we hear about another murder of a black person by the police occupation forces.  This time the victim, Charleena Lyles, is a black woman who was also five months pregnant. Again, there is anger, confusion and calls for justice from the…

Venezuela’s Independence and Sovereignty Triumph at OAS

Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, Delcy Rodriguez, said Monday the ideals of independence and sovereign of the Venezuelan people triumphed at the meeting of the Organization of American States (OAS) in Cancun, Mexico, June 19. “Today we come with the strength of our people who took to the streets to denounce the interventionism of the Organization of…