Miners march in Washington, D.C., Nov. 18, part of national actions against Warrior Met Coal bosses’ court order banning all strike activity within 300 yards of company’s coal mines.

Back Warrior Met miners, Kellogg workers on strike!

Ban on picketing at Alabama mine draws national protests

WASHINGTON — “No contract, no coal” chanted some 150 United Mine Workers of America members and their supporters at a rally here Nov. 18 in support of striking miners locked in a bitter strike battle against Warrior Met mine bosses…




‘Militant,’ book, SWP fund drive go over all goals!

Katy LeRougetel shows Militant, books by revolutionaries to Sif Eddine Bouchareb, a transit system mechanic originally from Algeria, in Repentigny, Quebec, Oct. 23. Eddine Bouchareb bought a Militant subscription and Cuba and the Coming American Revolution in French.

Socialist Workers Party campaigners and members of the Communist Leagues in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the U.K. have just gone over the top in their fall propaganda campaign to sell 1,300 subscriptions to the Militant and 1,300 books by…



Two frame-up victims exonerated. So who really killed Malcolm X?

Malcolm X speaks to young people in Selma, Alabama, Feb. 4, 1965, during bloody battle for right of Blacks to vote. Both U.S. government and leadership of Nation of Islam feared Malcolm’s revolutionary course and development as a leader for the whole working class.

Two of the three men convicted for the assassination of Malcolm X in 1965 were exonerated Nov. 18. The decision reverses a decadeslong frame-up by the capitalist “justice” system.  The convictions of Muhammad Aziz and Khalil Islam were overturned by…


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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.