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Long Live the Sandanista People's Revolution, as Nicaragua prepares to celebrate it's 45th anniversary on July 19th - providing a beautiful example to the world's people of what's possible when national sovereignty, independence and the construction of socialism is won and carried forward - by the workers, for the workers --free from yanqui imperialism and those responsible for genocidal settler colonialism, capitalism and endless war. ... See MoreSee Less

A poignant cartoon by @AlaaAllagta depicts the horrific Israeli massacre of displacement tents in Al-Mawasi of Khan Yunis today. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Workers World Party-Boston

Over 100 activists gathered on June 29 at Harvard Square to shut down Elbit Systems. Organized by @pymboston and @bdsboston, Saturday’s action expands the campaign targeting the Israeli-owned arms maker, which continues to supply the weapons and surveillance tech Zionist occupation forces are using in their ongoing genocide of Palestine…

From Harvard Square, protesters marched through Cambridge’s gentrified suburbs to the home of Peter Palandjian, the billionaire CEO of Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation—the landlord for KMC Systems, Elbit’s Cambridge subsidiary. Taking over the street in front of Palandjian’s mansion, the demonstrators condemned his complicity in the Zionist genocide and demanded he evict Elbit from Intercontinental’s property.

Organizers led the crowd in chants, including “From Gaza to the Rio Grande, No Elbit Towers on Stolen Land!” “Peter, Peter you can’t hide! We charge you with genocide!” and “Elbit, Elbit your hands are red! 40,000 people dead!”

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#ShutElbitDown
#FreePalestine
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Over 100 activists gathered on June 29 at Harvard Square to shut down Elbit Systems. Organized by @pymboston and @bdsboston, Saturday’s action expands the campaign targeting the Israeli-owned arms maker, which continues to supply the weapons and surveillance tech Zionist occupation forces are using in their ongoing genocide of Palestine…

From Harvard Square, protesters marched through Cambridge’s gentrified suburbs to the home of Peter Palandjian, the billionaire CEO of Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation—the landlord for KMC Systems, Elbit’s Cambridge subsidiary. Taking over the street in front of Palandjian’s mansion, the demonstrators condemned his complicity in the Zionist genocide and demanded he evict Elbit from Intercontinental’s property.

Organizers led the crowd in chants, including “From Gaza to the Rio Grande, No Elbit Towers on Stolen Land!” “Peter, Peter you can’t hide! We charge you with genocide!” and “Elbit, Elbit your hands are red! 40,000 people dead!”

Read full article at workers.org/?p=79533
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#LongLiveTheIntifada
#ShutElbitDown
#FreePalestine

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2 weeks ago

Workers World Party-Boston

In the spirit of global solidarity with oppressed people’s resistance, from Stonewall to Palestine, over 70 queer/trans, pro-Palestinian and pro-working class organizations in the greater Boston area united under the banner of “Liberate Boston Pride,” demanding “No cops! No corporations! and “No Pride in Genocide!” (liberatebostonpride.wordpress.com/)

Sparked by the Stonewall Liberation Organization, the Liberate Boston Pride collective rallied a broad coalition of community forces to join a militant “liberated zone” protest along the pro-corporate “Pride for the People” (P4TP) march route.

Liberate Boston Pride’s demands were clear: 1) No collusion with the Boston Police Department, which conducts Deadly Exchange training with the settler colonial, terrorist Israeli Occupation Forces, and Cops out of Pride, period. As the group explained on its web site: “Cops do not make us safer. They enact violence against queer people, especially BIPOC, trans and disabled community members.” 2) No collaboration with the Israeli Zionist War-Crime consulate, and 3) No cooperation with finance capital’s vast network of banks, financial institutions and for-profit corporations such as State Street Bank, Fidelity, Delta, JPMorgan Chase and Raytheon, which hijack and suppress the radical roots of Pride for their blood money profits!

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#nocops #nocorps #noprideingenocide
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In the spirit of global solidarity with oppressed people’s resistance, from Stonewall to Palestine, over 70 queer/trans, pro-Palestinian and pro-working class organizations in the greater Boston area united under the banner of “Liberate Boston Pride,” demanding “No cops! No corporations! and “No Pride in Genocide!” (liberatebostonpride.wordpress.com/)

Sparked by the Stonewall Liberation Organization, the Liberate Boston Pride collective rallied a broad coalition of community forces to join a militant “liberated zone” protest along the pro-corporate “Pride for the People” (P4TP) march route. 

Liberate Boston Pride’s demands were clear: 1) No collusion with the Boston Police Department, which conducts Deadly Exchange training with the settler colonial, terrorist Israeli Occupation Forces, and Cops out of Pride, period. As the group explained on its web site: “Cops do not make us safer. They enact violence against queer people, especially BIPOC, trans and disabled community members.” 2) No collaboration with the Israeli Zionist War-Crime consulate, and 3) No cooperation with finance capital’s vast network of banks, financial institutions and for-profit corporations such as State Street Bank, Fidelity, Delta, JPMorgan Chase and Raytheon, which hijack and suppress the radical roots of Pride for their blood money profits! 

Link in Bio workers.org/?p=79297

#nocops #nocorps #noprideingenocide
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