NEW HAVEN: The Winchester Newhall Club of the Communist
Party got a great reception during the annual Newhall St.
block party. Decorated with a "Jobs Not Jails" banner and
copies of Black Lives Matter by Jarvis Tyner, the
neighborhood club table featured a petition calling on
members of the Connecticut Congressional Delegation to
co-sponsor the Employ Young Americans Now Act. The Act would
create 1 million summer and year round jobs with priority
for low-income youth in Black and Latino communities.
Everyone was eager to sign.
(Editor's note; This interview was orginally published under
the title "Mistakes were made: A talk with the head of the
Communist Party USA.)
Declaración del distrito de Nueva York del Partido
Comunista de los Estados Unidos de América
Speech given at the Comfest, June 28th, Columbus Ohio.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Columbus Ohio once again hosted the
nation's largest and oldest volunteer-run music and
community festival, known locally as ComFest, during the
last weekend in June. This year the Ohio District of the
CPUSA sponsored a table on behalf of the district's youth
organizers which was staffed by young and old communists
from across the state. During the three-day fest they spoke
to hundreds of people, sold progressive literature and
union-made apparel, and signed up dozens of people for the
area's mailing list.
Statement[assets/pdfs/CPNY2015Albany.pdf]by the New York
District, Communist Party USA
Presented to the CPUSA National Board May 30, 2015.
The presentation below was presented to the CPUSA National
Board on June 10, 2015.