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October 3, 2022

Protest Putin’s new war moves! Defend Ukraine independence!

Protests in Russia: ‘No to war! No to mobilizations!’
Manifestantes (izq.), en Ulan-Ude en Siberia con carteles contra guerra contra Ucrania y nuevas movilizaciones, 21 septiembre. Der., manifestantes en Moscú, corearon, “¡No a guerra!” “¡Envíen a Putin a las trincheras!” Miles protestaron a pesar de represión y arrestos por la policía.

…has been done since the Second World War — to supplement his troops currently deployed in Ukraine. In a classic example of turning the victim into the criminal, Putin blamed…



February 6, 2023

Calif. farmers face ongoing drought amid record rain

Frank Ferreira, who grows wheat and corn on his 30-acre farm in San Joaquin Valley, California, talks to Militant Jan. 7. He said capitalist farmers, the “big guys,” who can pay for deeper wells, take out 90% of the water for irrigation. This literally leaves working farmers high and dry.

…Joaquin Valley, one of the most productive agricultural areas in the world. This is not a result of natural disasters, but of the political priorities of the profit-driven capitalist system…


October 17, 2022

Build solidarity with union struggles today

…people confront both deteriorating living standards caused by soaring prices and the growing likelihood of rising joblessness as the capitalist economy contracts. More workers recognize we need unions today and…


October 17, 2022

Build solidarity with union struggles today

…people confront both deteriorating living standards caused by soaring prices and the growing likelihood of rising joblessness as the capitalist economy contracts. More workers recognize we need unions today and…



June 11, 2018

In defense of the US working class

SWP leader at Havana event answers question: ‘Can working people in US make a socialist revolution?’
Striking teachers at West Virginia Capitol in Charleston, Feb. 26, 2018, as one of most significant labor battles in U.S. in decades exploded. Teachers and other school workers went on strike statewide, winning support from students, parents, churches and other unions. Strikes and protests spread to Oklahoma, Kentucky, Arizona, Colorado, and North Carolina. “What happened there is a living refutation of the portrait of working-class bigotry and ‘backwardness’ painted by middle class liberals and much of the radical left,” says Socialist Workers Party leader Mary-Alice Waters.

…comments, and to a fruitful discussion especially. I can assure you in advance that what you hear from us today will not be what you regularly hear, see, or read