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Los Angeles Workers Assembly says ‘no exemptions’ – $15 and a union for all!

Los Angeles: KFC worker chants ‘$15 yeah!’WW photo: Scott SchefferLos Angeles: KFC worker chants ‘$15 yeah!’WW photo: Scott Scheffer The following press statement was issued May 31 by the Los Angeles Workers Assembly in response to Rusty Hicks, head of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, who argued for ‘union exemptions’ for the newly passed $15-an-hour-minimum-w

The real terrorist

El-BloqueoOn May 29, as part of its stated intentions to improve relations with Cuba, the United States formally removed the island nation from its list of “State Sponsors of Terrorism,” even as it maintained its decades-old illegal blockade.

The Collective That Saved Jazz

This year, a truly golden anniversary is taking place in Chicago: the 50th birthday of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), an organization unlike any other in the history of jazz music—or any musical genre, for that matter.

The AACM is at once a management firm, artistic salon, aesthetic manifesto, training ground for young musicians and musical manifestation of black cultural nationalism. In short, it’s hard to pin down. But what’s clear is this: It is the most illustrious jazz collective in history.

Close Encounters

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How can widespread inequality progress alongside widespread concern about its ill effects?

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U.S.-Cuba talks proceed

Cuban negotiator Josefina Vidal.Cuban negotiator Josefina Vidal. The third round of talks between Cuba and the U.S. to normalize diplomatic relations took place at the U.S. State Department on May 21 and 22. In press conferences at the close of the meetings, the chief negotiators of both delegations characterized the meetings as professional, respectful and productive.

Monopoly and ‘free trade’

tppWith the Obama administration seemingly hell-bent on getting its “Trans-Pacific Partnership” bill passed, which many critics say is not a trade bill at all but a giant giveaway to the corporations, we reprint below excerpts from an August 1993 article by Sam Marcy on “Free trade, monopoly and NAFTA.” Marcy was a leading Marxist thinker, organizer and the founder of Workers World Party.

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