Encyclopedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line

About The New Voice

First Published: The New Voice, Vol. VIII, No. 15, August 20, 1979.
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
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The New Voice is a Workers’ and students’ Marxist-Leninist organization whose members are active in anti-racist and other struggles. Members have been active in the struggles to defeat the Weber and Bakke decisions, on-the-job struggles for affirmative action, the defense Of the Camp Pendleton 14, the fight against school cutbacks and layoffs/the protest against the police murders of Danny Trevino and Barlow Benavidez, the defense of the International Hotel and many other struggles. Our newspaper, The New Voice, speaks out against racism and national oppression in all forms.

The New Voice will help to form a genuine communist party to lead the revolutionary movement for socialism. TNV practices the strategy of building the great unity of the working class by applying the science of Marxism-Leninism to struggles; showing why revolution is necessary; and strengthening the organization of the working class.