Chauncey K. Robinson

 
 
Chauncey K. Robinson

Chauncey K. Robinson believes that writing, in any capacity, should help to reflect the world around us, and be one of the tools to help bring about progressive change. Born and raised in Newark, New Jersey, she has a strong belief in people power and working class strength. As a social media content creator and writer for People's World she seeks to make sure that topics that affect working class people, peoples of color, and women are constantly in the spotlight and part of the discussion.

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Trump can be defeated, says retreat hosted by CPUSA

Trump can be defeated, says retreat hosted by CPUSA

Donald Trump is beatable but only if the widest possible unity is achieved by the GOP's democratic opponents.

BY:Chauncey K. Robinson| May 20, 2016
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Millennials vs. Baby Boomers: Which is the true problem generation?

Millennials vs. Baby Boomers: Which is the true problem generation?

There are memes about it. There are Vine videos discussing it. There are constant debates on Twitter and other forms of social media as well on it. The "it" being...

CPUSA Delegation Visits Vietnam

CPUSA Delegation Visits Vietnam

A delegation of the Communist Party USA recently completed a ten-day working political visit to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam at the invitation of the Communist Party of Vietnam.

VIDEO: Vietnam’s Socialist-Oriented Market Economy

VIDEO: Vietnam’s Socialist-Oriented Market Economy

People's World Social Media Editor Chauncey Robinson explores the challenges with Bui The Giang from the Commission for External Relations of the Communist Party of Vietnam.

BY:Chauncey K. Robinson| April 30, 2016
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