LCIP’s Supported issues

Introduction LCIP’s main objective is to advance the effort to build a mass working-class party rooted in unions, youth, and communities of the oppressed. With this objective, we will build support and principled unity with liberation movements of Black people and other oppressed nationalities within U.S. borders in their community and electoral campaigns. The platforms of these independent candidates need

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Three Campaigns that Point the Way Forward in the Fight for Independent Working-Class Political Action: Maryland, California and South Carolina

[Note: The interviews – conducted by Alan Benjamin, member of the Continuations Committee of Labor and Community for an Independent Party (LCIP) – were conducted in early May 2021.] Interview with NNAMDI LUMUMBA, Co-Convener of the Ujima Peoples Progress Party (UPP) Question: We would like you to address three questions: (1) your assessment of Biden’s first 100 days in office,

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