About

One Struggle was an anti-imperialist organization in South Florida active in the 1990s. It’s main work was to oppose US intervention in Haiti and the forcible return of refugees, and to build solidarity with workers’ struggles in Haiti, particularly in garment factories. We formed a rapid response network to support these struggles.

One Struggle dissolved at the end of the decade due to various factors.

In 2010, we revived it. We are working to build a broad, combative anti-capitalist/imperialist mass movement in South Florida.

Contact us: onestruggle.southflorida (at) gmail (dot) com

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2 Responses to About

  1. John Steinsvold says:

    An Alternative to Capitalism (which we need here in the USA)

    The following link takes you to an essay titled: “Home of the Brave?” which was published by the Athenaeum Library of Philosophy:

    http://evans-experientialism.freewebspace.com/steinsvold.htm

    John Steinsvold

    Perhaps in time the so-called dark ages will be thought of as including our own.
    –Georg C. Lichtenberg

  2. love your site!!!i’m 69yrs old,hippi,native activist,living in my truck&ready and waiting for a real revolution to start here,in the belly of the beast!!!!!!lets get this thing going,have some fun taking down the cowards&punks that are willing to kill as many as they can,destroy mother earth in the process,all for fools gold&heartless power!!!hokahey/it is a good time to live

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