Category Archives: May Newspaper

Congo: They Play Workers Like Football

An Interview with Mutombo Nkulu-N’Sengha Mutombo Nkulu-N’Sengha is an Associate Professor at California State University, Northridge who joined the Religious Studies Department in 2003. Dr. Nkulu-N’Sengha teaches courses in African religions, Americans’ religious diversity, and comparative religion. The interview was … Continue reading

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A Garment Worker in Bangladesh Speaks Out

by Stephanie McMillan Mina* was 15 years old last year when she started working at Pretty Group, a garment factory in Gazipur, a suburb of Dhaka, Bangladesh. She spoke of her situation: “We suffer a lot because they don’t give … Continue reading

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New One Struggle newspaper is out!

Click here to read our Spring 2014 issue.

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Stop the Keystone XL Pipeline, But Don’t Stop There

By Stephanie McMillan Our worst nightmares reverberate with the prediction of respected scientist James Hansen: if we don’t stop TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline, then it’s “game over” for stabilizing the climate. With final US governmental approval (or not) to complete the pipeline looming, … Continue reading

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Garment Workers in Haiti Fight Exploitation

By One Struggle — Rapid Response Network Committee Photos by Sarah Cruz and Marty Goodman (Names have been changed to protect the identities of union organizers). The garment industry is a global web of nightmares, where suppliers compete to offer … Continue reading

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One Struggle Newspaper: Anti-Capitalist News And Analysis From South Florida – Number 3 – Spring 2013

Garment Workers in Haiti Fight Exploitation Students Resist FAU Selling Out to Private Prison Exploitation in Fashion U.S. and Military Keynesianism in the Middle East Translating the Language of Imperialism Stop the Keystone XL Pipeline Stop Earning This Huge Profit … Continue reading

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“Stop Earning This Huge Profit on Blood”: An Interview with Anu Muhammad about the Tazreen Fashions Factory Fire in Bangladesh

Conducted by Stephanie McMillan Anu Muhammad, an anti-capitalist/anti-imperialist activist and Professor of Economics at Jahangirnagar University (Dhaka, Bangladesh), is the author of more than 20 books. He is the editor of the website Meghbarta.info. The fire occurred on November 24, … Continue reading

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