The Chicago Socialist Party, and YPSL stand strongly in support of the united nations of Native American peoples in Cannon Ball, North Dakota bravely standing against, and at times, physically disrupting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline which seeks to snake its way across a large part of the Midwest and deliver oil to Illinois, which without a doubt spells danger for the environment and the people dependent on it.
Four families have just lost their homes today in a large fire in Pilsen that damaged two buildings, collapsing one of them at 2036 w 21st place. The daughter of the landlord is raising funds for these families and every penny will go directly to them. If you could, we would encourage you to help out these families in need who have just lost their homes. We have provided the link below that will take you to the Gofundme page. We thank you for your solidarity! If you have any questions please contact Anna Lopez on her facebook page.
TW: VIOLENCE, TRAGEDY
With Pride month just about wrapping up, the hate inspired Brexit masses growing in numbers, and the situation all over Mexico, especially Nochixtlan, Oaxaca, it is almost imperative to speak on these things as leftists, radicals and activists.
Buzzing phones, non-stop emails, late night planning, rushed interviews for local news and online media, and last-minute preparations dominated the days before the now infamous rally in Chicago to “Stop Trump.” It all began Monday, March 7th at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). The initial meeting was organized by UIC students and spread via Facebook the week before titled “STOP DONALD TRUMP 2016”.