Posts tagged colonialism
Understanding Africa Today: Part 1

[Part 1: This is the first in a series of three articles written by Fredrick Kasuku, an organizer with the Young Socialists League based in Kenya, exploring Africa’s history and current sociopolitical and economic realities.] I’ve been asked many times…

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Mindanao, Philippines: The Téduray Path to Peace

Since 1970, over 100,000 have been killed, and 11.31 billion dollars spent by  the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP), in the armed conflict with Filipino Muslim revolutionary groups (the Moro)  in Mindanao. The forty-eight year conflict is rooted…

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Dongpo: Korean Education and Exposure Program

For twenty-three years, KEEP has immersed Korean diaspora into Korea’s social movements and struggles on a nearly two week trip. Adoptees, multiracial, Korean-born, he, she, they, 1.5, 2nd generation…

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Venezuela in the eye of the storm: An open letter for solidarity to grassroots movements in the United States and the world

How can an oil producing nation diversify its economy and respond to fundamental material needs?

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Why we want reunification

Sept. 2, 1945 two weeks after Korea’s independence from Japan, the US Military’s General Order Number One officially divided Korea. Then, the division was cemented by war. Since then, Korea’s democracy…

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