Sunsara Taylor is a prominent member of the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP), a Maoist organization. Embracing the synthesis of revolution and communism as outlined by RCP chairman Robert Avakian, Taylor writes regularly for the Party’s official newspaper, Revolution. She also sits on the advisory board of the RCP front group World Can’t Wait. Moreover, Taylor is a former co-host of the WBAI (Pacifica) radio program Equal Time for Freethought, where she interviewed numerous leftist authors and activists who opposed conservative Christianity, supported unrestricted abortion rights, and viewed America as a nation awash in sexism and misogyny.
In July 2016, Taylor and a number of fellow RCP members burned an American flag at the gates of the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, where the Republican National Convention was being held. “Inside the Republican convention a Nazi rally is taking place,” said Taylor. “This is a moment for courage. This is a moment to be on the streets.” After a number of her fellow protesters were arrested for the flag-burning incident, Taylor said exuberantly: “That imperialist rag was in flames!” Adding that “America was never great,” Taylor emphasized that the nation’s history was essentially an unbroken narrative of unforgivable transgressions -- e.g., slavery, imperialism, capitalism, and unjustified police killings of nonwhite minorities.
In November 2016, Taylor joined with fellow RCP members Carl Dix and Andy Zee to co-found Refuse Fascism, an organization closely affiliated with the Marxist/anarchist Antifa movement.
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A Hard Core Commie
Sunsara Taylor, announcing 60 days of struggle says, "don't wait til Trump steals the election, we have to act NOW, like the people of Hong Kong and Belarus.
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