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Five misconceptions about the CP’s stance on Black liberation

Five misconceptions about the CP’s stance on Black liberation

Five misconceptions about the CPUSA and the Black national question.

BY: Jamal Rich| May 13, 2021
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“A forthright stand”: Communists in the struggle for Black lives

“A forthright stand”: Communists in the struggle for Black lives

The key to the CPUSA's struggle for Black lives has always been unity.

BY: Tony Pecinovsky| August 10, 2020
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How to fight for racial justice? Look to our past

How to fight for racial justice? Look to our past

Let's look to past CPUSA activists for inspiration on working for racial justice.

BY: Lowell B. Denny, III| February 18, 2020
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Class struggle, racial justice, and the road to socialism

Class struggle, racial justice, and the road to socialism

CPUSA has always insisted that the struggles against capitalist exploitation and against racial and national oppression are separate, but interdependent; overlapping, but distinct in their history and their demands.  Building...

BY: Communist Party USA| January 27, 2020
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The Legacy of W. E. B. Du Bois

The Legacy of W. E. B. Du Bois

An American leader, a Black leader, a world leader: in this 1965 essay, Paul Robeson assesses the legacy of scholar, philosopher, organizer,  W. E. B. Du Bois.

BY: Paul Robeson| August 16, 2019
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