- AOC on her friends in the liberal imperialist party After the conclusion of the “largest socialist organization in the US” comic con we have to say it’s much ado about nothing. Anyone new to leftist politics could easily fall in the trap of DSA propaganda with its personality cults centered around AOC, the Squad … Continue reading The DSA ComicCon
With the upcoming Virginia governor's race we are faced with two sides of the same coin, Republicans or Democrats, both corporate candidates who serve the rich and tout their credentials and history to back it up. Realistically we know one of these two candidates will win. What is most exceptional and significant about this race … Continue reading Princess Blanding and the Liberation Party of Virginia – Independence from the Democrats is Good, but Not Enough!
The NRV Volvo Strike At the beginning of the year, it became apparent that the rank and file Volvo workers were fed up with work conditions and their terms of employment. It’s common knowledge that mass layoffs are part and parcel of Volvo operations in Dublin, new hires get pushed out, veteran workers get to … Continue reading The NRV Volvo Strike
After our second Peoples Assembly we think it important to reflect on these events and how we can continue to build off them. Since the beginning of our first Peoples Assembly we’ve always centered the theme of abolition, having triggered a wave of assemblies across the area including at least two assemblies in Roanoke by … Continue reading The Peoples Assembly and Abolition
"socialism was a middle-class movement, communism a working-class movement. Socialism was, on the Continent at least, “respectable”; communism was the very opposite. And as our notion, from the very beginning, was that “the emancipation of the workers must be the act of the working class itself,” there could be no doubt as to which of … Continue reading Socialism: what it is and what it aint
Since last year with the Warm Hearth Village Workers Committee picketing Warm Hearth Village over racism on the job, workers have reported a significant victory for the Black workers dealing with their discrimination at work. After WHV bosses served a lifetime ban on supporters of the WHV workers committee for joining their picket and locking … Continue reading Update on the Struggle at Warm Hearth Village
CHP CEO Janaka Casper To Whom It May Concern, For the last year your multi-million dollar corporation, while presenting itself as a progressive non-profit to help poor people with housing, has been leaning on the New River Tenants Union to subsidize the costs of tenants moving from one CHP rental unit to another. Our organization … Continue reading An Open Letter to Community Housing Partners
Workers at Warm Hearth Village (WHV), located in Blacksburg, Virginia, are calling upon the community to support them as they struggle against racism on the job. After filing an internal complaint with Warm Hearth Village management and filing an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charge, Black healthcare workers at WHV are fed up with the lack … Continue reading NEW RIVER HEALTHCARE WORKERS FIGHT BACK AGAINST RACISM ON THE JOB
Wal Mart COVID-19 Policies Put Workers and Public at Risk As this pandemic outbreak continues, retail stores continue to be a primary hotspot for virus transmission. With the state deeming grocery stores and some retail essential businesses in the crisis, retail workers are among the most at risk, and unlike those in the medical industry, … Continue reading Local Walmart Workers Speak Out On COVID19 and Unsafe Conditions!
Target Workers Unite organizing and taking action against oppressors When the name “Charlottesville” is invoked these days people think of fascist torch-lit rallies and right-wing terrorism. We will never forget what happened on August 2017 and recognize it as a flashpoint where the political divisions in the US became more stark than ever before. The … Continue reading Target Workers Stand Against Fascism