Piquetes en planta de Kellogg, Battle Creek, Michigan, 28 de nov. La solidaridad, donaciones y apoyo a las líneas de piquetes son esenciales para lucha de 1,100 huelguistas en cuatro estados.

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Bakery workers, miners battle pro-boss court orders

BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — Morale was high on the picket lines in front of the Kellogg’s plant here Nov. 28 in spite of the freezing cold, wind, and snow that occasionally blasted the strikers. Some 325 workers are on strike…

Canada flood social disaster is a product of capitalist greed

MONTREAL — Tens of thousands of workers and farmers across British Columbia face widespread flooding, mud and rock slides after torrential rain hit central and southern parts of the province beginning Nov. 14. The unfolding social catastrophe, however, is not…


Build support for women’s right to have an abortion!

As the Militant goes to press, the Supreme Court was hearing arguments over a Mississippi law that poses a direct challenge to a woman’s legal right to choose whether to have an abortion. Organizing to win a strong majority of…

Join ‘Militant’ to reach out to 1,333 new subscribers

Matt Aubrey, UFCW Local 23D president, gets Militant subscription and Are They Rich Because They’re Smart? from Maggie Trowe during Heaven Hill distillery strike this fall in Kentucky.

The international drive to expand the readership of the Militant and of books by revolutionary leaders and to raise funds for the Socialist Workers Party was a big success. The decision to go for higher goals than previous drives —…


Fidel Castro: How Cuban working people made a socialist revolution

Crowds welcome Fidel Castro and Rebel Army in Cienfuegos Jan. 6, 1959, after victory.

U.S. imperialism will never forgive working people in Cuba for overthrowing the U.S.-backed dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista, replacing capitalist rule with a government of workers and farmers, nationalizing U.S. and Cuban companies and opening the first socialist revolution in the…

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.