Protest against Russian army-forced conscription of women’s husbands in Moscow-occupied “Donetsk People’s Republic” four months after they were sent to the front as cannon fodder.

Back Ukraine independence! Moscow’s troops out now!

Solidarity of Ukraine, Russian toilers against Putin’s war

The monthslong battle by Ukrainian toilers fighting to beat back Moscow’s bloody invasion and defend their national independence is now focused in the country’s eastern and southern regions. Moscow has massed its ground forces and is making costly gains in…


Workers need to unite to fight the scourge of soaring prices

Skyrocketing prices continue to batter the lives of millions of workers and our families. In hopes of slowing inflation, the Federal Reserve — the U.S. government’s national bank — has begun a series of sharp increases in interest rates, a…


SWP launches renewal drive, will put party on Pa. ballot

Chris Hoeppner, SWP candidate for Congress from Pennsylvania, right, with owner-operator Leroy Ford, left, at truck stop near Pittsburgh June 14. “I want to help” the campaign, said Ford.

“We need a change. What we are going through is not sustainable,” trucker Kenneth Kirkland told Chris Hoeppner, a railroad worker and Socialist Workers Party candidate for U.S. Congress from Pennsylvania, at a truck stop in Bentleyville, south of Pittsburgh,…




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Taking the Socialist Workers Party’s program to the toilers

Conference discusses working-class response to capitalist crises, sets party convention
Socialist Workers Party National Secretary Jack Barnes addresses conference.

“We have an unusual opportunity this year to go straight out of this conference into campaigning and other activity focused on the central political and programmatic questions we’re discussing and clarifying here,” said Jack Barnes, national secretary of the Socialist…





Cuba and Chernobyl

This Cuban documentary produced in 2006 tells the story of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe in Ukraine and Cuba’s exemplary internationalist medical program that treated more than 25,000 victims.