Eviction Moratorium Expired, Millions Face Homelessness
After a half-hearted attempt to extend the eviction moratorium failed, the House of Representatives left for summer vacation.
Emma LeeAugust 2, 2021
Pandemic Profiteers: Pfizer Profits Exceed $10 Billion in Six Months
Pfizer has announced record profits as a result of vaccine sales. While the world is in crisis, pharmaceutical companies are raking in billions of dollars from advance contracts and by preventing the release of patents.
Juan Andrés GallardoAugust 1, 2021
Revolt in Martinique against Colonial Management of the Health Crisis
With the health situation in Martinique continuing to deteriorate, a revolt broke out this past weekend after the government announced it was reinstituting a curfew and extending the vaccine passport.
Emile CausseJuly 23, 2021
Cuba’s Homegrown Covid-19 Vaccines Put Human Needs Before Profits
More good news from Cuba about Covid-19 vaccines, which means that help is on the way for the world’s most impoverished people who are being left to suffer and die by imperialism.
Scott CooperJuly 7, 2021
The Global South is Dying and There is Blood on Joe Biden’s Hands
Joe Biden has announced that he is in favor of waiving coronavirus vaccine patents, but this is not enough. Patents must be completely abolished to expand vaccine production and distribution to send critical supplies to the Global South.
Tatiana CozzarelliMay 7, 2021
Protesters Successfully Shut Down Brooklyn’s Housing Courts
Tenants, organizers, and community members came together in Downtown Brooklyn on Monday, successfully halting 22 evictions.
Sarah Frankie SigmanMay 4, 2021
Biden Chooses Monopoly Profits Over Lives in India
The Biden administration claims it is concerned about the massive spread of Covid-19 in India. But if that were really true, the United States would share the vaccines being hoarded and release vaccines from patent protection.
Sam CarlinerMay 1, 2021
Over 17 Million Cases: The Coronavirus Crisis Deepens in India
India has had the world’s highest numbers of new daily and currently active Covid-19 cases for several days, bringing the total number of cases to over 17 million and the death toll to over 195,000. Patent abolition, nationalizing health-related industries under worker control, and democratic vaccine distribution would be instrumental in resolving the crisis.
K.S. MehtaApril 27, 2021