Recently the Communist Party USA held its 30th National
Convention in Chicago. In all, nearly 375 delegates and
guests convened over the weekend of June 13-15 to affirm the
Party's strategic policy, hold panel and plenary
discussions, conduct workshops and outline new areas of
organizational focus - namely, broadening and building the
movement of fast-food workers for $15 an-hour and a union,
and redoubling our efforts in the struggle to avert climate
catastrophe through global warming.
The Communist Party USA strongly supports efforts by
grassroots organizations, local and state governments,
members of Congress and the White House to curb the tragic
scourge of gun violence in our country.
After a long and bitterly contested battle, the forces of
inclusive democracy came out on top yesterday. The better
angels of the American people spread their wings, as they
went to the polls.
Join us Tuesday, December 20, for a live interview on the
historic Wisconsin recall campaign of Gov. Scott Walker and
its implications for turning back the rightwing anti-labor
assault and winning in the 2012 elections.
This holiday season the struggle for basic human rights
takes center stage. The 99% are marching and lobbying and
standing up to secure the right to vote which is jeopardized
by new laws pushed through in many states.
*The following is a report to the National Committee of the
Communist Party USA, which met in New York City, Nov. 12-13,
Voters went to the polls Nov. 8 and decisively repudiated
Republican Tea Party extremist assaults on collective
bargaining, immigration reform, reproductive rights, gay and
lesbian rights and right to vote in several states.
Over 200 New Yorkers, young and old, from all walks of life
have joined the Communist Party and Young Communist League
over the Internet in the last 2 years. They have joined
because they care deeply about where this country is headed.
They are disgusted by Wall Street greed and the hatred being
spewed forth by the tea partiers and their rabid right-wing
(PeoplesWorld.org) - Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, along with
Victor Reuther, will be inducted into Labor's International
Hall of Fame on May 17 in Washington, D.C.