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Fight Imperialism Stand Together (FIST) is a national group of young activists committed to fighting racism, sexism, oppression of lesbian, gay, bi and trans people, and exploitation of the working class, all of which result from imperialism and capitalism. We believe that the only way to achieve true liberation for all peoples throughout the world is through socialism. We will be hosting shows on national and international political events and doing interviews with activists from around the world.

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Beyond the catastrophe

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FIST statement Beyond the catastrophe How imperialism undermined Haiti Published Jan 14, 2010 5:18 PM A grave tragedy has befallen the people of Haiti. Fight Imperialism Stand Together extends its solidarity to the island nation, its... more

The first segment of the Sunday, November 22nd, FIST Blog Radio show ww welcome Abeer alzinaty, a performer from the documentary Slingshot Hip Hop, to talk about Palestinian hip hop and the Palestinian struggle. On the second half... more

Listen to the first in a two-part series of classes on the new FIST publication, "What is Marxism All About: a street guide for young revolutionaries"

This week's edition of FIST Blog Talk Radio will have two important segments, the first segment we will talk with Pam Africa and will examine the struggle to free political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal, the demonstration on November 12th in... more

Our guests for the first segment will be Bayan USA chair Berna Ellorin, who will be speaking to us from the Philippines about relief efforts there and a representative from Anakbayan will be speaking to us about the political situation... more

Fist Blog Talk Radio: Join us for our first hour long show. We will discuss the March for Jobs on September 20th, the tent city in solidarity with the poor and unemployed, the various protests against the G20 and the police build-up and... more
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