Elections 2020

 
 
Elections 2020: The trouncing of a noted liberal

Elections 2020: The trouncing of a noted liberal

How Jamaal Bowman, a young progressive newcomer, trounced an entrenched liberal in a New York Congressional race.

BY: Bernie Cylich| August 12, 2020
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CPUSA co-chair Rossana Cambron is hopeful about the growing people’s movements

CPUSA co-chair Rossana Cambron is hopeful about the growing people’s movements

CPUSA Co-chair Rossana Cambron on the pandemic in the Latino community, the U.S. Supreme Court decision on Indigenous rights in Oklahoma, and hope for the future.

BY: John Bachtell| July 30, 2020
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Falling economy, rising infections

Falling economy, rising infections

In all the chaos and uncertainty, there is one bright light: the rise of people's movements demanding change.

BY: John Case| July 22, 2020
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New politics 2020

New politics 2020

The promise of our future is in the hands of the movements, the organizations, and the people.

BY: Beth Edelman| July 22, 2020
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Economic crisis and police violence spark people’s movements

Economic crisis and police violence spark people’s movements

What the post-Covid world will look like depends on the November elections and the people's movements.

BY: John Bachtell| June 24, 2020
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