Miami, FL – Friday 1/20/17, One Struggle attended our local Inauguration Day Protest. […]
As many of us pause to enjoy the company of friends and family on Thanksgiving, let’s also pause for a dose of reality. Thanksgiving is not a celebration of peace and equality. It is an homage to capitalist domination, colonialism, and imperialism. This country was founded on land theft and genocide of indigenous peoples. It [...]
Friday, November 11th – thousands of Miamians took the streets of downtown Miami to protest the election of Donald Trump. Starting at Bayfront Park, we marched north up Biscayne Blvd, onto the 395 causeway to Miami Beach, temporarily shutting down traffic in both directions. The march continued for several hours, moving back south through downtown [...]
The following article is written by One Struggle in Iowa. Although they share the same name as us, as well as a strong level of unity on anti-capitalism and anti-imperialism, they are a completely autonomous organization. Their points of unity and perspectives may be different than ours. Nevertheless, the following article by Thomas Estabrook is [...]
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By Sarah Cruz Snowy Egrets. Big Cypress National Preserve - Sweet Water Strand. Porous limestone, pumping aquifers, crystal clear springs, estuaries, birds, turtles, fish, manatees, panthers, birds, BIRDS. A slow moving river of grass. Drinking water, life. I really cannot articulate the magic, beauty, and life force that is Florida. Whether or not [...]
By David O'Connor Russell Corn, the leader of major private intelligence firm Dilligence, believes that 1 in 4 activists at nonprofits are corporate spies. In the radical left, which idealogically holds more of a threat to corporations than reform-oriented non-profits, that number might actually be true. And this is without counting all the government spies that have infiltrated [...]