Ike Nahem’s Articles – Political Views

Ike Nahem speaking at the Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz Center in NYC

Ike Nahem speaking at the Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz Center in NYC

A longtime anti-war, socialist, and labor activist Ike Nahem is the coordinator of Cuba Solidarity New York and a founder of the July 26 Coalition. Nahem is an Amtrak Locomotive Engineer and member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, a division of the Teamsters Union. He participated in a panel on Latin American politics at the 2011 Left Forum. These are his personal political opinions.

Ike Nahem’s Articles – Political Views

    1.An Encounter with Muhammad Ali

    2.To the Memory of Malcolm X: Fifty Years After His Assassination
    3.Reminiscences on Nelson Mandela and the US Anti-Apartheid Movement
    4.Isolation: Another Vote on Washington’s Anti-Cuba Policy at the United Nations
    5.THE CASE OF YOANI SANCHEZ:THE CUBAN REVOLUTION AND “DEMOCRACY”
    6. THE TRUTH ABOUT YOANI SANCHEZ
    7. In Defense of Chavez: Behind the Washington-Media Hate Campaign
    8. The Legacy of the Missile Crisis, 50 Years After
    9.Washington and the Cuban Revolution Today: Ballad of a Never-Ending Policy
    10.Washington and the Cuban Revolution Today-Part Two
    11.Our Che
    12.Behind the New Economic Measures in Cuba: Advancing the Revolution in the Concrete World Situation of Today
    13.Obama and Cuba: End of an Illusion

2 Responses to Ike Nahem’s Articles – Political Views

  1. Emm says:

    Maybe you should support Cuba and Socialism from within the repressive state that Cuban citizens claim it to be..

  2. Hugh Breyer says:

    Ike is totally principled in his life long mission to expose the corrupt practices of US Imperialism. He is not an armchair critic. He puts his skin in the game. I also admire his commitment to supporting Cuba, a workers state which has lived through attempted overthrows, assassination attempts, government embargoes. Eighteen countries ganged up on Lenin in 1917—things haven’t changed much 40 years later.

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