Articles

Let us turn grief and anger into action and change

The following statement was released by John Bachtell, chair of the Communist Party USA in the wake of the police shooting of unarmed 17-year-old Michael Brown and the subsequent police attacks on peaceful protesters and journalists.

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Black History Month 2014: We're Not Going Back

Jarvis Tyner, Executive Vice-Chair of the Communist Party USA, speaks about the history of African Americans in North America, the interconnection between racism and captialism in the U.S., the role of slavery in accumulating massive wealth and more.

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Racism Hurts All

A Call for a New Movement for Civil Rights and Workers' Right in 2014    

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Justicia para Trayvon Martin!

El juicio de George Zimmerman por el asesinato de Trayvon Martin concluyó con un veredicto de no culpable. Pero Zimmerman está lejos de ser inocente y el caso nos recuerda el carácter universal del racismo en los EE.UU.

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Answering the big questions after Hurricane Sandy

The following statement was adopted at the CPUSA's Nov. 18 National Committee meeting.

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Black America & 2012 election: What's at stake? Join the conversation

The presidential debates are over. While the differences of the two major candidates on most issues are stark, where do the candidates stand on the issues faced by African Americans today?

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CPUSA’s Fishman: Racism underpins entire GOP agenda

NEW YORK - The Communist Party USA sees the 2012 elections as literally a matter of life and death.

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From Anti-Slavery to the Anti-Monopoly Strategy

2012 is the 101st year since the birth of the former National Chair of the Communist Party, Henry Winston. The article below is taken from Winston's 1973 book, *Strategy for a Black Agenda*. It is a critique of the strategy and tactics necessary to advance the revolutionary process in the face of right-wing extremism and white supremacy from the time of slavery to the upsurge of the 1960s and early 1970s.

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Take action to defend affirmative action

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case that could mean the death knell for racial and ethnic diversity on college campuses. It could threaten gender-based affirmative action as well.

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