Revolution in the Philippines: An Introduction

Revolution in the Philippines: An Introduction

The world’s longest running communist insurgency remains strong and vibrant. Today, the armed wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines operates in more than 100 guerrilla fronts throughout the country, building revolutionary organs of political power. Despite the tremendous strength and popularity of the revolutionary movement in the Philippines, many international activists are still unfamiliar with this national liberation struggle and its international significance. This is why we are organizing an introductory event for…

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6 February: Women Against Imperialism Panel – with Leila Khaled and Coni Ledesma

6 February: Women Against Imperialism Panel – with Leila Khaled and Coni Ledesma

Revolutionaire Eenheid, in co-operation with ILPS-Netherlands, Studenten voor Rechtvaardigheid in Palestina – SRP, Students for Justice in Palestine – Maastricht, Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network, Strijd Tegen Racisme and Pinay Sa Holland, is organizing a “Women Against Imperialism” Panel this February 6, at the Nelson Mandela Centre (formerly known as HTIB) in Amsterdam. Speakers will be: – Leila Khaled, Palestinian resistance icon and current member of the Palestinian National Council. – Coni Ledesma, International Spokesperson of Makibaka, the militant women’s movement based…

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Anakbayan-Philippines solidarity statement with founding of RE

Anakbayan-Philippines solidarity statement with founding of RE

Warm, militant greetings from the Philippines! We, from the National Office of Anakbayan, would like to extend our deepest solidarity to the progressive mass movement of the Dutch for the advancement of true freedom and democracy. With this said, it is but only fitting that our comprehensive youth organization struggling for national democracy with a socialist perspective, throw our overwhelming support behind the formation of a new mass organization there in the Netherlands. It has…

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