Tag: Black Struggle

From Charlotte to NYC: We Shut it Down!

Protests erupted in Charlotte, North Carolina for the second night in a row on Wednesday night. In NYC, 100+ people also took the streets with a common message: against police murder and affirming BLACK LIVES MATTER.

Myths About Police Repression Exposed

While the media is awash 24/7 with the charges and counter-charges between the two nominees for U.S. President representing the capitalist class, Clinton and Trump, police murders of African Americans and protests against them continues apace – with only cursory media attention.

Behind the Olympics: Crisis, Corruption and a Coup

Left Voice speaks with Carol Cacau, currently running for Rio de Janeiro City Council as a representative of the socialist Revolutionary Workers’ Movement (MRT). She describes the current situation in Rio, in the midst of the Olympic Games.

Their Thing was DRUM: Black Power in the Factory

Left Voice speaks with Dan Georgakas, activist, historian and co-author of the classic narrative, ‘Detroit: I Do Mind Dying: A Study in Urban Revolution’, recently released in French. In addition to numerous publications, he has written a memoir called ‘My Detroit, Growing Up Greek and American in Motor City’, on growing up in the ‘60s and in exploration of the city’s complex racial, cultural, and political life.

From Charlotte to NYC: We Shut it Down!

Protests erupted in Charlotte, North Carolina for the second night in a row on Wednesday night. In NYC, 100+ people also took the streets with a common message: against police murder and affirming BLACK LIVES MATTER.

Myths About Police Repression Exposed

While the media is awash 24/7 with the charges and counter-charges between the two nominees for U.S. President representing the capitalist class, Clinton and Trump, police murders of African Americans and protests against them continues apace – with only cursory media attention.

Behind the Olympics: Crisis, Corruption and a Coup

Left Voice speaks with Carol Cacau, currently running for Rio de Janeiro City Council as a representative of the socialist Revolutionary Workers’ Movement (MRT). She describes the current situation in Rio, in the midst of the Olympic Games.

Their Thing was DRUM: Black Power in the Factory

Left Voice speaks with Dan Georgakas, activist, historian and co-author of the classic narrative, ‘Detroit: I Do Mind Dying: A Study in Urban Revolution’, recently released in French. In addition to numerous publications, he has written a memoir called ‘My Detroit, Growing Up Greek and American in Motor City’, on growing up in the ‘60s and in exploration of the city’s complex racial, cultural, and political life.