Ukraine miners sit in, strike in fight for pay, conditions

Vol. 84/No. 38 - September 28, 2020

“There are over 200 miners striking and staying underground at four iron ore mines here. They’re demanding better wages and working conditions, better social benefits and an end to corruption by management that is siphoning off money that should be…


Build solidarity with shipyard workers strike in Bath, Maine

Vol. 84/No. 32 - August 17, 2020

The strike by over 4,300 shipbuilders, members of Machinists Union Local S6, against the bosses at the Bath Iron Works in Maine is the most important labor battle in the U.S. today. Workers there deserve the solidarity of working people…


Teachers need workers control for schools to open safely

Vol. 84/No. 31 - August 10, 2020

A debate is raging among the capitalist candidates over whether schools should be opened this fall or students consigned to desocializing “learning-at-home.” But the real question isn’t whether they should be open. It’s how they can be opened to be…



What is the road to end police brutality once and for all

Vol. 84/No. 25 - June 29, 2020

Following the cop killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, a powerful wave of protests has swept across the world, penetrating into hundreds of small towns and rural areas across the U.S., drawing a whole new generation of youth into political…


Hong Kong protest movement revives with May 1 rallies

Vol. 84/No. 19 - May 18, 2020

Hundreds of workers and youth have moved to reorganize mass protests that have shaken Hong Kong for months, demanding greater freedom, action against the cops who have attacked demonstrations, and a break from the iron grip of the Chinese rulers.…


‘Lift US sanctions on North Korea, sign a peace treaty’

Vol. 84/No. 17 - May 4, 2020
“We champion the struggle to reunify Korea,” SWP message said to North Korean people on occasion of country’s April 15 national holiday. Above, June 2019 protest in Seoul, South Korea.

Over the last month President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have reportedly exchanged “personal letters.” At stake are talks over eliminating nuclear weapons on the Korean Peninsula, an end to U.S. sanctions that fall heaviest on…


Say no to US gov’t slanders against Cuban Revolution!

Vol. 84/No. 10 - March 16, 2020

Washington has stepped up its economic and political war against the Cuban Revolution over the past year  — increasing the shortages and hardships faced by working people there. The U.S. rulers, and their Democratic and Republican parties alike, have tried…


NY Red Squad videos point to ongoing gov’t spy operations

Vol. 84/No. 2 - January 20, 2020
U.S. rulers’ political police, FBI and cop agencies, have spied on, disrupted labor battles, Black rights struggle and political protests, like 1967 national march against U.S. Vietnam War, above.

NEW YORK — On Dec. 3 the Gothamist, an internet news site run by New York Public Radio, published an article with the headline, “‘These Videos Shouldn’t Exist’: Hours of Old NYPD Surveillance Films of Protests Have Been Digitized.”  …


Halt Ankara’s assault against the Kurds in north Syria!

Vol. 83/No. 38 - October 21, 2019

Aiming to deal blows to the Kurdish peoples’ struggle for national rights, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has begun airstrikes on the Kurdish-controlled region of northeastern Syria. President Donald Trump announced Oct. 6 the withdrawal of some U.S. troops in…