April

Tour underway for Wellstone benefit CD

Larry McDonough has been a Legal Aid attorney for almost 20 years, in rural and urban offices around Minnesota. Before law school, he was a high school band director and jazz pianist and he has continued to play ever since.

May Day celebrations in NY

NEW YORK – May Day will be celebrated in New York with a dinner for peace, sponsored by the People’s Weekly World. The event will feature Sam Webb, national chairman of the Communist Party USA, who will be speaking on the subject, “A peaceful world is possible.”

Public access networks hold conference

NEW YORK – As its contribution to Media Democracy Week, the Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN), hosted a conference titled “Media Democracy: Where it’s Headed.”

The artists choice: freedom or slavery

“The artist must elect to fight for freedom or for slavery. I have made my choice, I had no alternative.” – Paul Robeson

Herbert Aptheker, Marxist historian, dies

Herbert Aptheker, Marxist historian and political activist, has passed away at age 87. Few have matched his output of books, pamphlets and articles, all marked by great scholarship, exactingness, intellectual and political integrity and partisanship in the struggle for peace, equality, democratic rights, social progress and socialism.

Where is Salt of the Earth?

DALLAS – On Feb. 19, KERA public radio broadcast its regular afternoon talk show with host Glen Mitchell, but his guests were out of the ordinary.

Artists need to find something true

Review