Correction

Vol. 85/No. 10 - March 15, 2021

The article “Volunteers Expand Pathfinder Bookstore Placements” in issue no. 9 incorrectly said that during the fall sales efforts volunteers won the most bookstore and library orders ever. It was the most bookstore orders ever.


Correction

Vol. 85/No. 7 - February 22, 2021

The article “California Protesters: ‘Free Carlos Harris!’” printed in issue no. 5, says Harris’ “14-year sentence was doubled by the judge under the notorious ‘three strikes’ law.” More accurately, the sentence was illegally doubled. The 1994 law provided for doubling…


Correction

Vol. 84/No. 45 - November 16, 2020

In the Nov. 9 Militant, the article “SWP Campaign Wages Fight for Political Rights in Washington” incorrectly identified the fight waged by the Familias Unidas por la Justicia union against boss surveillance as being in Yakima Valley. It was in…


Correction

Vol. 84/No. 29 - July 27, 2020

In issue no. 27, the article “SWP 2020 Campaign Presents Fighting Working-Class Program,” should have said Aug. 5 is the filing deadline to submit signatures to place Omari Musa on the ballot for District of Columbia Delegate to Congress. In…


Correction

Vol. 84/No. 21 - June 1, 2020

The person in the photo holding a sign that accompanies the article “School, Municipal, Cleaning Workers Win Strike in Iceland” in Militant  issue no. 20 was misidentified. Her name is Frida Hammer.


Correction

Vol. 84/No. 11 - March 23, 2020

The article “Indigenous People Debate Building Canada Pipeline” in issue no. 10 should have said the Coastal GasLink pipeline runs from Dawson Creek, British Columbia, to Kitimat on the west coast. In issue no. 9, the article “Striking Asarco Miners…


Correction

Vol. 84/No. 10 - March 16, 2020

In Militant no. 9 the front page photo caption should have identified Lamont Anthony as being seated behind podium. The caption on page 9 should have said Didye Ruiz went to Equatorial Guinea as part of Cuban health care team.


Correction

Vol. 84/No. 9 - March 9, 2020

The caption for the photo of striking Asarco copper miners on page 10 of Militant issue no. 8 incorrectly said the workers were picketing the Mission Mine in Sahuarita, Arizona. The photo was of United Steelworkers Local 5252 members picketing…


Correction

Vol. 83/No. 40 - November 4, 2019

The article in the Oct. 28 Militant “Copper miners reject Asarco’s ‘insulting’ offer, shut down mines” incorrectly reported that the Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers union was broken in the 1983-86 Phelps Dodge copper mine strike. That union, however, had merged…


Correction

Vol. 83/No. 21 - May 27, 2019

The article “Thousands Demand Licenses, Amnesty at May Day Rallies,” in the May 20 issue incorrectly said that the Madison, Wisconsin, rally was sponsored by Cosecha. It was sponsored by Voces de la Frontera.