More than 600 people rallied and marched through the streets of downtown Washington, D.C., on March 30 to kick off a week of actions protesting “NATO, War & Racism!” and demanding an end to the U.S. campaign to overthrow the government of oil-rich Venezuela.
An editorial on the topic of reparations, by Richmond artist and musician P. Muzi Branch.
An editorial by Dale Pughsley on the matter of criminal justice reform.
A letter to the editor from LeMar Anderson, regarding a project of inmates incarcerated at Buckingham Correctional Center to raise money to help young people start lawn care businesses.
President Donald J. Trump spoke today in Jamestown at Virginia’s official event marking the 400th anniversary of the founding of the House of Burgesses. The colonial-era institution later morphed into the present-day Virginia General Assembly, giving rise to the claim that the state’s legislature is the Western Hemisphere’s oldest continuing representative body. Bullcrap.
The struggle to defend the Embassy of Venezuela from supporters of the U.S.-backed coup has been one of the most dynamic antiwar actions in recent years. Showing up or supporting it in some way has been a litmus test for any organization that says it stands for Justice.
An update on the Venezuelan Embassy situation.