SWP: ‘Join in, build support for workers’ struggles’

Vol. 85/No. 8 - March 1, 2021
Róger Calero, left, SWP candidate for mayor of New York, with Alberto Mendoza, a worker at Hunts Point Produce Market, Feb. 10. “The bosses use the unemployed to drive down our wages,” Mendoza told Calero. “Then they tell us, if you don’t like it, there’s the front door!”

After campaign supporters turned in seven times the number of required signatures, Gerardo Sánchez, Socialist Workers Party candidate for Dallas City Council, was certified for the ballot Feb. 10.  Supporters of the campaign of Joe Swanson, the party’s candidate for…

‘The ‘Militant’ lets me know what workers are doing’

Vol. 85/No. 7 - February 22, 2021

CINCINNATI — “I want to keep getting the Militant. I generally don’t read newspapers, but the Militant is different — the articles let me know what workers are doing all over,” Rubeisha Gaines, a nursing student, told this worker-correspondent as…

SWP campaign helps win long-term readers to ‘Militant’

Vol. 85/No. 5 - February 8, 2021

Socialist Workers Party candidates in the 2021 elections are discussing the party’s action program with working people coast to coast. As they do so they are visiting many of the 3,000 plus people who have subscribed to the Militant  over…

Protests hit cop killings of 2 men in Columbus

Vol. 85/No. 2 - January 18, 2021

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Working people have organized a series of protests here since the police killed two unarmed African American men in December. Casey Goodson Jr., 23, a laid-off truck driver who was working at the Gap, was gunned down…

Join push to go over quotas for new readers of ‘Militant,’ books

Vol. 84/No. 47 - November 30, 2020
Rachele Fruit, SWP candidate for U.S. Senate, talks with Quinton Goolsby in Macon, Georgia, Oct. 10.

Members of the Socialist Workers Party and the Communist Leagues in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom are in the final stretch of the fall 2020 international drive to expand the circulation of the Militant. They are organizing…

Visually impaired unionists fight layoffs, for safety

Vol. 84/No. 46 - November 23, 2020

CINCINNATI — Teamsters-organized workers at the factory run by the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired here are fighting back against layoffs, wage cuts and unsafe working conditions. Two-thirds of these 65 workers, members of Teamsters Local 100,…