League of Revolutionaries for a New America

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League of Revolutionaries for a New America is affiliated with the United for Peace and Justice.[1] The organization morphed out of the old Communist Labor Party. People's Tribune is the newspaper of League of Revolutionaries for a New America

Origins

League of Revolutionaries for a New America has its initial roots among individuals who quit or were expelled from the Communist Party USA in the mid-1950s. A group of these individuals involved themselves in the Provisional Organizing Committee to Reconstitute a Marxist-Leninist Party that formed in 1958 with mainly African American and Puerto Rican membership.

This organization gradually disintegrated and in 1968, a small group expelled from the organization went on to found the California Communist League that became the Communist League in 1970. In 1974, the Communist League called for the formation of a Marxist-Leninist party called the Communist Labor Party that officially disbanded in 1993. Out of the disbanding of the Communist Labor Party emerged the National Organizing Committee and then the League of Revolutionaries for a New America in 1995. [2]

MLK Luncheon Detroit 2019

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League comrades

Daymon J. Hartley January 5, 2014 · League of Revolutionaries for a New America leaders.

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With Cathy Talbott, David Smokler, General Baker, Darryl Waistline Mitchell, Nelson Peery, Jerome Scott, Dorothy Pinkney, Marian Kramer, Claire McClinton and Sandra Reid. Plus Edward Pinkney.

Solidarity with Sept. 24 FBI Raid Activists

The Committee to Stop FBI Repression lists League of Revolutionaries for a New America as one of the organizations that has issued a statement of solidarity in support of the activists raided in the September 24, 2010 FBI Raids.[3]

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