Teresa Albano

 
 
Teresa Albano

Teresa Albano is co-editor of People's World. Born and raised in Chicago, Albano lived and started a family in Bronx, N.Y., before moving back to her hometown. She is a member of the Chicago Newspaper Guild, Communications Workers of America, and has been active in grassroots political and labor organizing for more than 25 years and writing about it for more than 15.

 

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Western lands and the “material out of which countries are made”

Western lands and the “material out of which countries are made”

There's value in the land, above it and below it too. The current armed takeover is merely the most recent in a series of armed standoffs with the federal government...

BY:Teresa Albano| May 1, 2016
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Top ten reasons to vote

Top ten reasons to vote

Refusing to vote is not rebellion, it's surrender  

BY:Joelle Fishman And Teresa Albano| October 30, 2014
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On union’s push to save postal service, Danny Glover says, “I’m in”

On union’s push to save postal service, Danny Glover says, “I’m in”

Urging the delegates to not rest on the laurels of the labor movement's past, Glover said it's time to "create new stories."

BY:Teresa Albano| August 8, 2014
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Convention Discussion: Name change & my five stages of grief

Convention Discussion: Name change & my five stages of grief

Submitted by Teresa Albano, Chicago, IL Changing the name of the Communist Party reminds me of Elizabeth Kubler Ross' five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. I...

BY:Teresa Albano| June 4, 2014
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Convention Discussion: A modest alternative to proposed preamble

Convention Discussion: A modest alternative to proposed preamble

Submitted by Teresa Albano, Chicago, IL The purpose of this alternative preamble to the new draft Constitution is three fold: make it shorter and tighter; focus in on the crux...

BY:Teresa Albano| May 29, 2014
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