Our Picket Lines Cross Any Border: Statement of Solidarity With the Migrant Caravan

We, the undersigned, stand in solidarity with the migrant caravan of Central American refugees organized via Pueblo Sin Fronteras and its allies, and unequivocally denounce the actions of the U.S. government to terrorize those attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border. We call on all labor organizations, anti-capitalists, and people of conscience to mobilize, agitate, and… Read more »

OCT./NOV. MADSA Meetings: Solidarity in Action

“Solidarity in Action” was the theme of MADSA’s last two general meetings. We started in October with presentations on organizing and our resources for members. Gregory McKelvey, our newest officer (at-large), shared lessons from his impressive organizing experience in Portland, OR, and we touched on the many resources MADSA offers members to help their activism.… Read more »

“Solidarity” Statue Installed at Ga. Beer Garden

If you go to the Georgia Beer Garden for our monthly “Eat, Drink and Be Marxist” social this Friday – or any day – you will be greeted at the entrance by a monumental tribute to “Solidarity” – an 18-foot statue by that name, created by MADSA member James Wiggins, whose artistic moniker is “Evereman”.… Read more »

Voting Rights Rally Ends in Arrests

Tuesday’s voting rights rally in the Ga. state capitol rotunda ended in police aggressively arresting some 16 people for making noise while the legislature was holding a meeting. After random arrests on the fringes of the crowd, their principal target seemed to be Southerners on New Ground leader Mary Hooks, who had been emceeing the… Read more »