Alabama court bans miners’ right to picket at Warrior Met

ATLANTA — In an outrageous assault on workers’ rights, Tuscaloosa County Circuit Court Judge James H. Roberts Jr. handed down a restraining order Oct. 27 ordering the United Mine Workers of America to halt all picketing or any other union…


Spread word, build support for Deere, Kellogg’s strikes!

Deere strikers vote down contract, fight continues

DENVER — Production and maintenance workers at John Deere’s 12 plants in Iowa, Illinois and Kansas voted 55% to 45% Nov. 2 to reject the agricultural implements bosses’ latest contract offer.   While a majority of United Auto Workers members…


Kellogg’s workers demand ‘Equal pay for equal work’

Oct. 27 union rally in solidarity with Kellogg strike at corporate office in Battle Creek, Michigan.

LANDISVILLE, Pa. — Striking Kellogg’s cereal workers, members of Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers Union Local 374G, held a cookout and rally at the fire station pavilion here Oct. 30. Some 1,400 BCTGM members have been on strike…


SWP campaign points the road forward for all working people

SWP campaigner Gabby Prosser, left, speaks with Raven Mosley in Minneapolis. Mosley said she’s worked hard for 20 years to get by, while bosses “make millions while they’re sleeping.”

Today’s discussion about what workers can do to fight back against the relentless attacks of the bosses and their government continues broadly, as results of the Nov. 2 elections offer no solutions for working people.  Socialist Workers Party campaigners continue…


Cuban Revolution vs. US capitalism

A convinced people vs. pandemic mandates
One of millions of home visits in Cuba by medical students, volunteers, in Ciego de Ávila in March, to check on people’s health, ensure anyone with COVID symptoms gets treatment.

There is no COVID-19 vaccine mandate in Cuba. Yet by the time you read this some 73% of the population will be fully vaccinated and over 90% will have at least one dose, one of the highest rates in the…



Features

Cab drivers launch hunger strike, demand debt relief

New York City cab drivers protesting at City Hall receive solidarity from street vendors Oct. 25. Banner says: “Hunger strike. End cabbie debt.” Medallions drove workers into debt.

NEW YORK — Yellow cab drivers organized by the New York Taxi Workers Alliance have been on a hunger strike here since Oct. 20. Their camp near City Hall takes up half the public sidewalk on Broadway, draped with banners,…







SWP Statement
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.