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Miami #J20 Protest

Miami, FL – Friday 1/20/17, One Struggle attended our local Inauguration Day Protest.

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Commit to Class Struggle

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, … Continue reading

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Sweet Micky Hocks Autobiography as Haitian Garment Workers Continue to Fight Exploitation

By las hermanas Cruz Wednesday, May 18th, The Miami Book Fair, Miami Dade College and Imaginart Media Productions will host former Haitian president, Michel Martelly, at the MDC Wolfson campus for a book signing and discussion of Martelly’s new autobiography, … Continue reading

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A few points on electoral politics.

A “corrupted” system? There’s a misconception by Americans that the problem with elected representatives today is that they’re ‘corrupt’ and that the whole political system is corrupt, rigged, and/or broken. The job approval rating for Congress reached an all-time record … Continue reading

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Capitalism Must Die! A Series in Parts: Part 3

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The 99%: Who are we really?

Capitalism is going through one of its worst crises ever. This is neither a cyclical crisis nor a temporary contraction; it is a deeply rooted crisis based on the voracity of capital and the capitalist class that manages and controls … Continue reading

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