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26 minutes ago

Workers World Party-Boston

5/15/24 - Cambridge, MA. On the 76th anniversary of Al Nakba Day, students, workers and the community rallied and marched at MIT demanding: Disclose, Divest - We Will Not Stop We Will Not Rest! Free Palestine, From the River to the Sea! 🇵🇸 🇵🇸 ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Workers World Party-Boston

Nakba Day March: ALL OUT FOR RAFAH! 🇵🇸

Wed. May 15th 4pm
77 Mass Ave Cambridge MA

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Organized by Boston Coalition for Palestine

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Nakba Day March: ALL OUT FOR RAFAH! 🇵🇸

Wed. May 15th 4pm
77 Mass Ave Cambridge MA

SHARE WIDELY! 

Organized by Boston Coalition for Palestine 

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May 9 Anti-fascist Day

Victory Day - May 9, 1945, triumph of the Soviet Union against Nazi-ruled Germany, marked by Germany’s unconditional surrender. Clarifying the history of World War II is always important for the working class, because the role of the world’s first socialist state was essential in victory over Nazi domination. It is even more important now because of the conflict provoked by the major imperialist powers, the U.S. at their head, against Russia.

Anyone who reads history or even historical novels knows that the Soviet victory in Stalingrad, where its defenders fought against the German offensive for 200 days between 1942 and 1943, was the first major setback for the Nazi-led German military and was the turning point of World War II. The Soviet victory in Stalingrad inspired resistance throughout all of German-occupied Europe.

Despite the loss of tens of millions of lives, the Soviet Red Army under communist leadership was able to open an offensive that pushed the German Wehrmacht out of lands it had occupied — first out of Soviet territory, including Russia and Ukraine, and then out of Eastern Europe. The U.S.-British alliance did not open a second front in Normandy until June 1944. At that time, U.S. and British imperialism had to fear that the Red Army might not stop at defeating Germany but might, with the help of local partisans, liberate Paris and more.

Today’s capitalist Russia is no longer the Soviet Union. Nevertheless, the peoples of Russia — along with many of the people of Ukraine — made their share of sacrifices for victory over Nazi Germany and have good historical reason to oppose the surrounding of their country by NATO imperialism.

#VictoryDay #USSR #Antifascist #AntiImperialist #May9
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May 9 Anti-fascist Day

Victory Day - May 9, 1945, triumph of the Soviet Union against Nazi-ruled Germany, marked by Germany’s unconditional surrender. Clarifying the history of World War II is always important for the working class, because the role of the world’s first socialist state was essential in victory over Nazi domination. It is even more important now because of the conflict provoked by the major imperialist powers, the U.S. at their head, against Russia.

Anyone who reads history or even historical novels knows that the Soviet victory in Stalingrad, where its defenders fought against the German offensive for 200 days between 1942 and 1943, was the first major setback for the Nazi-led German military and was the turning point of World War II. The Soviet victory in Stalingrad inspired resistance throughout all of German-occupied Europe.

Despite the loss of tens of millions of lives, the Soviet Red Army under communist leadership was able to open an offensive that pushed the German Wehrmacht out of lands it had occupied — first out of Soviet territory, including Russia and Ukraine, and then out of Eastern Europe. The U.S.-British alliance did not open a second front in Normandy until June 1944. At that time, U.S. and British imperialism had to fear that the Red Army might not stop at defeating Germany but might, with the help of local partisans, liberate Paris and more.

Today’s capitalist Russia is no longer the Soviet Union. Nevertheless, the peoples of Russia — along with many of the people of Ukraine — made their share of sacrifices for victory over Nazi Germany and have good historical reason to oppose the surrounding of their country by NATO imperialism.

#VictoryDay #USSR #Antifascist #AntiImperialist #May9

3 weeks ago

Workers World Party-Boston

The encampment at Northeastern has been torn down by the police but the movement will not be crushed! Liberation by any means. We will not stop. 🇵🇸🇵🇸🇵🇸

Bail fund: @liberate-neu on Venmo
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The encampment at Northeastern has been torn down by the police but the movement will not be crushed! Liberation by any means. We will not stop. 🇵🇸🇵🇸🇵🇸

Bail fund: @liberate-neu on Venmo

3 weeks ago

Workers World Party-Boston

HAPPENING NOW at HARVARD‼️

Show up to support the student encampment at Harvard in solidarity with Palestine 🇵🇸🇵🇸🇵🇸

Liberation by any means.
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HAPPENING NOW at HARVARD‼️

Show up to support the student encampment at Harvard in solidarity with Palestine 🇵🇸🇵🇸🇵🇸

Liberation by any means.

3 weeks ago

Workers World Party-Boston

Solidarity with the students fighting back against war profiteers in solidarity with #palestine!

All power to the people.
From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free!
🇵🇸🇵🇸🇵🇸🇵🇸

Show up to the solidarity encampments and show your support!
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On the dawn of April 17, the mercenary invasion took place, named by its organizers, “Operation Pluto.” The invader contingent was coordinated by Brigade 2506, with more than 1,500 men and five ships of war of the United States and escorted by other naval units, also North American. They disembarked at two points on the Bay of Pigs (Girón Beach and Long Beach), with the purpose of establishing a beachhead and constituting a provisional counter-revolutionary government.

They chose the place well, but they didn’t keep in mind two factors: the indissoluble unity between the people and their Revolution, and the strategic capacity and tactics of Fidel Castro and of the leaders of the Revolution.

During the invasion, the mercenaries exhorted the Cubans to surrender, but these men responded vigorously: “We don’t surrender! We are for Homeland or Death!”

workers.org/2012/world/playa_giron_0426

#playagiron #bayofpigs #cuba #fidelcastro
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On the dawn of April 17, the mercenary invasion took place, named by its organizers, “Operation Pluto.” The invader contingent was coordinated by Brigade 2506, with more than 1,500 men and five ships of war of the United States and escorted by other naval units, also North American. They disembarked at two points on the Bay of Pigs (Girón Beach and Long Beach), with the purpose of establishing a beachhead and constituting a provisional counter-revolutionary government.

They chose the place well, but they didn’t keep in mind two factors: the indissoluble unity between the people and their Revolution, and the strategic capacity and tactics of Fidel Castro and of the leaders of the Revolution.

During the invasion, the mercenaries exhorted the Cubans to surrender, but these men responded vigorously: “We don’t surrender! We are for Homeland or Death!”

workers.org/2012/world/playa_giron_0426

#playagiron #bayofpigs #cuba #fidelcastro

1 month ago

Workers World Party-Boston

Protest for Palestine
Friday April 5 2024
Location Copley Square from 5 pm to 6:30 pm

Inviting all people of conscience to become the voice of the oppressed people in Palestine

Organized by NEJAF Islamic Center in Milford
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Protest for Palestine 
Friday April 5 2024
Location Copley Square from 5 pm to 6:30 pm

Inviting all people of conscience to become the voice of the oppressed people in Palestine

Organized by NEJAF Islamic Center in Milford
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