The currently introduced Adoptee Citizenship Act of 2021 is a clear solution to a simple, but devastating, problem.
The Indianapolis branch of the Party for Socialism and Liberation held a speak-out on tenants’ rights at the corner of Arlington Avenue and 12th Street on Friday, Jan. 21
The ACLU of Indiana has called for a mass demonstration at the south atrium of the Indiana Statehouse at 8am, and the PSL will be there to support the people as they fight back against the enshrinement of transphobic policy in the education system. Demand that Indiana public schools reaffirm its role as a service for ALL people, regardless of gender identity!
Join us on January 21 for a speakout to help build a movement to ensure that the Near Eastside–and all of Indianapolis–is made to fit the needs of the people, not profit!
We here also have the ability to help our fellow people! We can help by providing each other with mutual aid separate from the government that neglects us. We can overcome the barriers of capitalism and make sure our needs always come before profit. Come learn about what it means to do mutual aid and how it builds the movement for Socialism and against COVID!
Although SB 167 has been pulled, a grave threat remains to Indiana schools, students and teachers alike. House Bill 1134, which passed out of the education committee with a “do pass” recommendation, is functionally identical to SB 167. Its passage out of committee means that teachers, school workers, students, families, administrators, and community members must organize rapidly to defeat the bill. Its passage would cause a massive worker exodus from a sector already suffering heavily from worker shortages, a death knell for public education.
The Indiana State Senate has introduced 5 crime bills that increase our reliance on police and jails, while doing nothing to address the poverty and inequity that endanger our communities. Rather than reduce violence, police and jails are a source of violence, particularly for poor and working class Black, Native, and brown communities.
On the one-year anniversary of Christian Hall’s murder, the Asian Adoptees of Indiana and the Indianapolis Liberation Center held a candlelight vigil at the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis, joining vigils and rallies held across the country to honor Christian’s life.