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Debunking the myth of "Irish slaves"

A photo of people who weren't Irish slaves

A detailed, seven part series of articles by Irish historian Liam Hogan systematically demolishing the white supremacist myth of there being Irish slaves in the Caribbean or Americas, and that these "slaves" were treated worse than enslaved Africans.

Victims of Communist Party purge seek justice

This is a report on the violent purges committed by the Communist Party of the Philippines and their armed wing the New Peoples army. Within the party, hundreds of men and women who had dedicated their lives to what they believed was a noble cause, were suspected of being government spies, tortured and killed in secret camps.

The CPP-NPA-NDF “Hit List” — a preliminary report

A report on the political killings conducted by the Communist Party of the Philippines and their armed wing New Peoples Army.

Anarchism and culture in colonial Korea: "Minjung" revolution, mutual aid, and the appeal of nature

Sunyoung Park's research into anarchism's influence in South Korea during the period of Japanese occupation.

The post-1992 Communist Party of the Philippines and its policy of “death condemnations”

Pierre Rousset wrote a report on the murders and assassinations allegedly conducted by the Communist Party of the Philippines and its armed wing the New Peoples Party. The Communist Party of the Philippines through its organ the NDF lambasted the report as “lies.” This is Rousset's rejoiner to the Party's response.

After Kintanar, the Killings Continue: The Post-1992 CPP Assassination Policy in the Philippines

A report of murders and assassinations against leftist activists and cadres suspected to have been ordered by the Communist Party of the Philippines and suspected to have been executed by their armed wing, the New Peoples Army

CPP purge victim recounts ordeal

A personal account of a survivor of the purges committed by the Communist Party of the Philippines and their armed component the New Peoples Army

Communist Party ’hit list’ denounced, Akbayan leaders fear for their lives

A report about the assassination campaign done by the Communist Party of the Philippines and their armed component New Peoples Army.

1972: Dockworkers Strike

Documentary film made by Cinema Action on the picket lines during the dockworkers strike of 1972 to safe guard jobs and oppose economic restructuring, lay-offs and increased monopolisation of the industry and growing government involvement in industrial disputes.

Hunting Specters: A Political History of the Purges in the Communist Party of the Philippines

A historical study of the violent purges committed by the Communist Party of the Philippines and their armed component the New People's Army.