Statement on the recent protests in Ferguson, MO

We in the Young Communist League, USA is appalled by the failure of the Grand Jury in Ferguson to indict Darren Wilson for the murder of Michael Brown. The Grand Jury’s decision exposes the systemic racism that excuses a white police officer for killing an unarmed black teenager simply due … Continue reading

Calling all youth on nov 4th – Vote!

Student debt has exceeded $1.2 trillion,  One third of black men are serving time in prison, and young black men are 21 times more likely to be killed by police than whites.  Republicans are attacking DACA and aiming to deport more undocumented students.  At the same time, unemployment persists at … Continue reading

The Peoples’ Climate March – Atlanta against Climate Change

The Peoples’ Climate Marches were held worldwide on the 21st of September, 2014.  I participated in the march in Atlanta, Georgia.  It was my first protest and I loved it; I had the opportunity to talk to new people.  Although I was the only communist there, the protesters were open … Continue reading

Communist Party of Wisconsin University Review

Robespierre said “The secret of freedom is the education of people whereas the secret of tyranny is keeping people ignorant”.  This is a basic statement that many can agree with. Unfortunately few value it,  the communist party of Wisconsin university an online school built to teach you how to be … Continue reading

Murder is illegal! A statement on police brutality


A Call to Action from the Young Communist League USA This is a statement of solidarity with the family of Michael Brown and the residents of Ferguson County, Missouri. We in the Young Communist League, USA fiercely condemn the murder of Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson. We demand … Continue reading

Socialism: The history and future

Disclaimer: This is an article written by the member of the Young Communist League USA. It represents the views of the particular member and may contain content that is debateable. We encourage members and allies to engage in friendly debate around this topic.  In the early months of 1848, Karl … Continue reading

How does it feel to be a problem?

victims of police torture

“How does it feel to be a problem?” noted famed historian, writer and activist W.E.B Du Bois, as the underlying question that society posed to blacks in the United States of America. In his famous book, “The Souls of Black Folk,” written more than 100 years ago during a time … Continue reading