Category Archives: Maoism

Ayotzinapa, Tlatelolco, Lucio Cabañas, and the Ongoing Struggle for the Future of Mexico

    This week is anniversaries of two historic events in Mexico. September 26 is the 4th anniversary of the disappearances of 43 students from the Ayotzinapa rural school in the state of Guerrero, Mexico in 2014. October 2nd is … Continue reading

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An Overview of the History of the Chicano National Question

This was inspired by an inquiry on a Reddit forum about information and texts about the “Chicano Question.” Here is a history of the development of this thought from a Marxist perspective. One of the first ones to look at … Continue reading

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The Legacy of Los Seis De Boulder, and all Martyrs of the Chicano Movement

This past May this year a series of events were held in Colorado to commemorate the martyrs of the Chicano Movement that came from this state. It happened this year because 2014 is the 40th anniversary of the deaths of … Continue reading

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MIM on Aztlán

The Maoist Internationalist Movement (MIM) was a Maoist party that existed until very recently. They were unique in their forwarding of an analysis of the labor aristocracy in the First World and their support of national liberation in said. This … Continue reading

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