Alyson Kennedy, SWP candidate for Dallas mayor, and campaign supporter Samir Hazboun show on maps where they will campaign around the state as they also get on ballot in Dallas.

SWP takes working-class campaign all across Texas

SWP candidate wins support of ‘forgotten, disrespected’

DALLAS — Socialist Workers Party candidate for mayor of Dallas Alyson Kennedy and her supporters are campaigning far and wide in Texas to defend the rights and living standards of working people. Her campaign is gaining the attention of those…

SWP speaks in interests of working people

‘Take a map, stop in towns along the road and campaign’

Communist League member Julie Crawford shows health care worker Olly Tuppen Are They Rich Because They’re Smart? by Jack Barnes, in Basildon, Essex, near London, Jan. 12. “They’re rich because of us!” said Tuppen. She also got a Militant subscription.

Members of the Socialist Workers Party and the Communist Leagues in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom are knocking on workers’ doors in cities, towns as well as farming and ranching areas far and wide. In many places,…

Amnesty for all immigrant workers, unite working class!

The capitalist rulers in the U.S. and the Democratic and Republican parties that serve their interests agree that immigration policy should be built on the needs of the bosses. They turn the spigot on when the bosses need workers, and…

Join May Day brigade to see Cuba’s revolution

Workers, farmers and young people from around the world have been invited by the Cuban Institute for Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP) to join the 14th May Day International Volunteer Work Brigade in Solidarity with Cuba, set for April 21-May…

Thousands turn out to support striking Los Angeles teachers

More than 30,000 members of teachers union and supporters march in Los Angeles Jan. 14, as strike begins demanding smaller classes, full-time nurses and librarians, and pay increase.

LOS ANGELES — More than 30,000 teachers, students, parents and other supporters joined a spirited march in driving rain here Jan. 14, the first day of a strike by 31,000 teachers. Thousands walked picket lines in front of schools where…


‘In US, unlike Cuba, farmers can lose their land’

New book discusses how US working people are fighting back against bosses’ anti-labor offensive
July 2014 protest in Seattle by rail workers and family members against bosses’ attempts to slash train crews down to one worker. Bosses seek to increase profits by attacks on workers, farmers and their conditions.

In Defense of the US Working Class, a new book by Mary-Alice Waters, is now off the presses. It features the talk by Waters at an April 24-26, 2018, international conference in Havana organized by the Cuban History Institute and…

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.