May Day Brigade to Cuba builds in Appalachia

Vol. 82/No. 5 - February 5, 2018

Supporters of the Cuban Revolution are getting out the word and signing people up to participate in the 13th annual May Day International Brigade to Cuba from April 23 to May 6. Come see Cuba for yourself! The brigade is…



Activities in Cuba pay tribute to Antonio Maceo Brigade

‘It’s a big lie that all Cubans in the United States are opposed to the revolution’
Vol. 82/No. 3 - January 22, 2018

HAVANA — “Today we are celebrating 40 years of continuous activity” defending the Cuban Revolution in the United States, said Andrés Gómez, national coordinator of the Antonio Maceo Brigade. He was speaking at a Dec. 19 event here honoring the…


Cuba’s response to hurricanes: ‘No one is abandoned’

Vol. 82/No. 3 - January 22, 2018

HAVANA — During the Dec. 18-20 events here on the 40th anniversary of the Miami-based Antonio Maceo Brigade, delegates heard a special presentation on revolutionary Cuba’s response to Hurricane Irma. Col. Luis Angel Macareño, second in command of Cuba’s Civil…


Chinese immigrants are not ‘passive victims of discrimination’

Conference in Nagasaki, Japan, discusses experience of Chinese workers, peasants and merchants who emigrated around the world
Vol. 82/No. 2 - January 15, 2018

NAGASAKI, Japan — The experiences of Chinese workers, peasants and merchants who have emigrated in their millions to Southeast Asia and beyond, becoming part of the class struggle and political lives of working people in many nations, was a focus…


‘In Cuba there is no discrimination against Chinese’

Vol. 82/No. 2 - January 15, 2018

NAGASAKI, Japan — The differing class origins and perspectives of the millions of people who made up the Chinese “diaspora” over the last 200 years, and how these differences affected their struggles against discrimination, were discussed and debated at an…