I Can’t Breathe. Police Brutality and Social Arrest

Every year in the U.S. more than 1,000 poor working people of all races and ethnicities are killed by police.

While President Trump and GOP encourage and glorify police brutality, the Democratic establishment and their functionaries with their racialist politics, distract working people from the actual problem: class oppression.

Today, the United States is politically charged with waves of social unrest and at the same time new organizations and alignments among the subjugated and oppressed working people are forming.

During this time of Corona crisis, the only way that working people can end police brutality is to organize themselves in their communities independent of all capitalist parties.

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