The International Anti-Imperialist Movement
Organizations, Documents, Activities and Struggles
We are beginning to post here a collection of documents about the international anti-imperialist movement, its various organizations, activities, and the struggles it has led or participated in. In addition, there are documents about the line and direction of various anti-imperialist groups, and about political struggles within them.
We hope to make this section much more extensive in the future. If you know of additional articles or documents which should be posted here, or have any comments or suggestions, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Afro-Asian Journalists’ Association
- [Book:] “Selections of Afro-Asian People’s Anti-Imperialist Caricatures”, [Political cartoons], edited by the Secretariat of the Afro-Asian Journalists’ Association, 196 pages. (Peking: 1967) PDF Format [18,418 KB]
International League of Peoples’ Struggle [ILPS]
- “On the Occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Founding of the ILPS”, the third of 3 letters issued by 12 leading and founding members of the ILPS criticizing the leadership of J. M. Sison and the political course of the ILPS, July 7, 2011, 6 pages. PDF Format [397 KB] MS Word Format [50 KB]
- Letter 2: “To All ILPS Member Organizations”, the second of 3 letters issued by 12 leading and founding members of the ILPS criticizing the leadership of J. M. Sison and the political course of the ILPS, June 28, 2011, 4 pages. PDF Format [242 KB] MS Word Format [42 KB]
- Letter 1: “To All ILPS Member Organizations”, the first of 3 letters issued by 12 leading and founding members of the ILPS criticizing the leadership of J. M. Sison and the political course of the ILPS, June 26, 2011, 2 pages. PDF Format [255 KB] MS Word Format [29 KB]
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