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They Robbed Me of My Sight But Not My Vision: A Biographical Intervention of Former CPUSA Chairman, Henry Winston by Tony Pecinovsky

They Robbed Me of My Sight But Not My Vision: A Biographical Intervention of Former CPUSA Chairman, Henry Winston by Tony Pecinovsky

Tony Pecinovsky sits down with the Edna Griffin Club in Iowa during Black History Month to give a presentation of his recent book, Let Them Tremble: Biographical Interventions Marking 100...

May 5, 2020
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Survival or liberation?

Survival or liberation?

Black people have been warding off attacks for 400 years.  They want and need an offensive strategy to build a great popular movement to end racist oppression.

BY: Henry Winston| February 18, 2020
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Communist Party celebrates centennial anniversary

Communist Party celebrates centennial anniversary

Our commitment to democracy, justice for people of color and workers’ rights, for example, has reshaped and redefined the contours of U.S. politics throughout our 100-year history.

BY: Communist Party USA| August 27, 2019
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Winston Unity Center reopened in NY

Winston Unity Center reopened in NY

The New York District marked the occasion by naming the office the Winston Unity Center in honor of the Party's late National Chair Henry Winston.

BY: CPUSA.org| October 14, 2015
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From Anti-Slavery to the Anti-Monopoly Strategy

From Anti-Slavery to the Anti-Monopoly Strategy

This article below is taken from Winston's 1973 book, Strategy for a Black Agenda. It is a critique of the strategy and tactics necessary to advance the revolutionary process in the...

BY: Henry Winston| March 9, 2012
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