Canada Is Not a Welcoming Country for Refugees

By Jillian Kestler-D’Amours Wearing a fur-trim hat and winter gloves, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer smiled widely at the young child in his arms, dressed in a grey toque, pink hoodie, and snow-covered boots. A second officer stood behind them, reaching out to help two more, bundled-up youngsters and a woman across the snowy embankment….

Garifuna Flee Discrimination and Land Grabs in Record Numbers

The white sand beaches and humid, 80 degree weather in Trujillo, Honduras, on the country’s northern Caribbean coast, is what Jose Francisco Avila calls a “million-dollar view.” But this paradise for the foreigners now flooding Honduras’ coastline tells a different story for Garifuna communities from Trujillo, including Avila’s family. As Hondurans of African descent, Garifunas…

Standing Rock One of Multiple Pipeline Construction Projects Underway

By Alleen Brown UNDER ORDERS FROM President Donald Trump, the Army Corps of Engineers on February 7 approved a final easement allowing Energy Transfer Partners to drill under the Missouri River near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. Construction has restarted, and lawyers for the company say it could take as little as 30 days…

Trump is Merely the Visible Face of a Murderous System

Fascist America: The Issue is Not Trump, It’s Us Antifa Worldwide: A Brief History of International Antifascism First, They Shot the Anarchists… Long Term Resistance: Fighting Trump and Liberal Co-option Trump is just the visible face of a murderous system. And within this system, Right and Left work together… Its Going Down So far, the…

Israel and the UN: Allies in Colonial Endeavours

By Ramona Wadi News that Tzipi Livni could be nominated for the post of UN under-secretary-general was overshadowed swiftly by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s meeting with Donald Trump. It is safe to say that even the most elementary norms have long been shunned by the international institution, despite the unabashed pontificating at its manipulated…

The Walls Above, The Cracks Below, The Storm On Our Path

 The Walls Above, The Cracks Below (And To The Left) EZLN February 2017 The Storm On Our Path For us, as Zapatista originary peoples, the storm—the war—has been going on for centuries. It arrived to our lands with the lies of the dominant civilization and religion. At that time, the sword and the cross bled…

CRAC-PC: Take Up Arms and Forge Our Own Destiny in Guerrero, Mexico

CRAC-PC ON LIBYA 360° INTERNATIONALIST NEWS AGENCY CRAC-PC, TAKE THE ARMS AND THE DESTINY OF OUR LIVES! (DOCUMENTARY ABOUT CRAC-PC, ARMED GROUP IN GUERRERO, MEXICO) Ruptura Colectiva (RC) SUBTITLES IN ENGLISH History is written with the look and the despair screams, not only with the happening ink. CRAC-PC (Regional Coordinator of Communitary Authorities – Communitarian…

Addendum to Standing Rock:Profusion, Collusion & Big Money Profits

PART I | PART II | PART III | PART IV | PART V| PART VI The following is an addendum to the 6-part series: Standing Rock: Profusion, Collusion & Big Money Profits by Cory Morningstar with Forrest Palmer From left: Jodi Gillette; parents Dave Archambault I and Betty Archambault; the Obamas; brother Dave Archambault…

The White Women’s March

By Yejide Orunmila President of ANWO (African National Women’s Organization) From “Beyond the Women’s March: White Women’s Reparations to African People” Web Conference hosted by the Uhuru Solidarity Movement. Yejide Orunmila, president of ANWO (African National Women’s Organization) and member of the Uhuru Movement examines the (white) Women’s March on Washington, and explains the political…

The Muslim Ban and Beyond: Fighting White Power in Trump’s America

By Beverly Bell Tamir Mustafa, Joan Rodriguez, and their children. Mustafa said, “What makes America great is everybody in it.” Photo: Melissa Cox The march against Trump’s Muslim ban in New Orleans, on January 29, concluded at the towering Robert E. Lee monument. Below the Confederate general, the circle bearing his name gives way to…

The ZAD: An Autonomous Zone in the Heart of France

In a heroic struggle of solidarity and resistance, locals and activists of the ZAD have been fighting against the construction of an airport for many years. By Martin Legall It all started decades ago with the local resistance against the construction of a second airport near the city of Nantes in western France. Eight years…