Holocaust Memorial in Glen Cove

Vol. 88/No. 15 - April 15, 2024

On the North Shore of Long Island, New York, is a museum well worth a visit. The Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center in Glen Cove offers seven galleries of photos, documents, videos and displays, as well as a library and…



Campaigners take SWP program far and wide

Vol. 88/No. 15 - April 15, 2024
After talking to Lea Sherman, SWP candidate for U.S. Congress from New Jersey, March 30, Amazon worker Wilson Cruz got Militant subscription, signed to put Rachele Fruit on ballot.

As part of campaigning across the country for Rachele Fruit, Socialist Workers Party candidate for U.S. president, SWP supporters have kicked off a three-week effort to put her, along with Margaret Trowe for vice president and Joanne Kuniansky, the SWP…


Putin regime cracks down on Central Asian immigrants

Vol. 88/No. 15 - April 15, 2024
Central Asian immigrant workers detained during Russian police raid on construction site in Moscow days after March 22 Islamic State terror attack. Kremlin has stepped up these arrests, deportations, while smearing Ukraine and its fight for sovereignty as responsible for the attack.

In the wake of the March 22 deadly Moscow terror attack by Islamic State Khorasan, a reactionary Islamist outfit, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s regime is targeting Muslim immigrants from Central Asia. The Kremlin is conducting police raids across the country…


Rail workers in Canada wage fight over safety, work schedules

Vol. 88/No. 15 - April 15, 2024
Teamsters rail workers picket Canadian National Railway headquarters in Montreal, Nov. 26, 2019, during eight-day strike over safety, face similar fight today over conditions, schedules.

MONTREAL —Canada’s two major railroads — Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Kansas City — both filed a “notice of dispute” with the federal government Feb. 16, making it clear that the rail bosses intend to wage a combined fight against…


LA hotel workers celebrate victory, continue fight

Vol. 88/No. 15 - April 15, 2024
Hotel workers, members of UNITE HERE, join news conference at InterContinental Hotel in Los Angeles March 25 to celebrate strike actions that won contract with large pay raise.

LOS ANGELES — More than 200 hotel workers, members of UNITE HERE Local 11, and their supporters held a press conference on the steps of the InterContinental Hotel here March 25 to celebrate their victory after ratifying the contracts the…



Chattanooga VW workers to vote on UAW April 17-19

Vol. 88/No. 15 - April 15, 2024

ATLANTA — Some 4,300 Volkswagen autoworkers in Chattanooga, Tennessee, will vote on union recognition April 17-19, aimed at bringing the United Auto Workers in to represent them. The election was set after union supporters filed what they called a “supermajority”…


Fight Jew-hatred! Defend Israel’s right to exist as a refuge for Jews!

Vol. 88/No. 15 - April 15, 2024
More than 1,000 people defend synagogue in Teaneck, New Jersey, April 1, outmobilizing 100 pro-Hamas protesters who claimed firsthand accounts of Oct. 7 pogrom atrocities given at fundraiser that night would “fuel Gaza genocide.” Gila Rachlin, who lives in the neighborhood, told the press, “I want them to know that the Jewish people can’t be intimidated.”

As the sixth-month anniversary of Hamas’ Oct. 7 pogrom against Jews in Israel approaches, the Israel Defense Forces are dealing blows to the reactionary Jew-hating group in Gaza and to the Tehran-led “axis of resistance.” But Hamas still holds some…


Over 200 Autoport strikers in Nova Scotia face injunction, scabs

Vol. 88/No. 15 - April 15, 2024

The 239 Unifor union members at Canadian National Railway’s Autoport in Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia, have been on strike since Feb. 27. CN bosses have brought in scabs and filed for an injunction against the strikers’ right to picket. The…