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Objective conditions that gave rise to Ferguson

Excerpts from the talk given by Larry Hales at the 2014 Workers World Party National Conference in New York City Nov. 15-16. I believe in comradely and revolutionary love, but also in the power of hating oppression and those that oppress. I believe in letting that hate for the oppressor burn right next to the […]

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On the Death of a Spouse

Asked by a man sitting next to her at a dinner party where her husband was, a friend of mine replied, “He’s gone to his maker.”

“Ah, Jamaica,” said her neighbour, quick as a flash, before proceeding to deliver a long speech about the history and current problems of the West Indies.

“No,” my friend insisted, “my husband has died.”

Tasks of communists in Ukraine, Donbass and the West

Interview with Borotba leader Victor Shapinov, part 5 Simferopol, Crimea — Workers World has conducted an extensive interview with Victor Shapinov, a coordinator and leading theoretician of the Marxist organization Union Borotba (Struggle) of Ukraine. Shapinov currently lives in exile with other Borotba activists in Crimea, under threat of arrest from the U.S.-backed coup regime […]

Detroit bankruptcy ‘exit plan’ latest attack on African-American majority

As the corporate-controlled media in the city of Detroit continue to champion the massive theft of health care programs, pension funds and public assets totaling over $6 billion, the majority African-American population is being completely disenfranchised by the bank-led “plan of adjustment.” Despite claims of a “rebirth” of the municipality through a forced and illegal […]

You are not alone!

If there were no Workers World newspaper printed 51 times a year, you might feel alone. If you could see nothing but the corporate media, you might think you were the only unbrainwashed human around. But instead you read opinions similar to yours in Workers World, supported by plenty of facts and reports of struggles […]

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For the Majority of Undocumented Immigrants Who Remain in the Shadows, Churches Offer Sanctuary

On November 11, Miguel Sanchez Olguin gathered with his family and friends behind the altar of Our Lady of Guadalupe Mission to hear Father Jose Landaverde make an announcement: The church would grant Sanchez Olguin sanctuary from deportation. “We do what all Christians should do,” Landaverde said.

Should We Trust Him? The Mixed Results of Obama’s Past Immigrant Relief Measures

In a prime-time address shunted by major networks but watched breathlessly by immigration activists around the country, President Obama announced a series of executive actions his administration will undertake to change the nation’s immigration system, ranging from increasing investment in border enforcement to offering 5 million more immirgrants the chance to avoid deportation.

Nov. 21 Call-in Day to support Boston school bus drivers

Workers World readers are familiar with the struggle that union-busting international conglomerate Veolia has imposed on United Steelworkers Local 8751 in Boston and on the frame-up of Steve Kirschbaum, chair of the union’s Grievance Committee and founder of the local. Supporters of the union are asking workers and sympathizers from all over the country to […]

Protest at Immigrant Detention Center, then Fort Benning, Georgia

Workers World is publishing the following announcement from the School of the Americas Watch on their upcoming protest action in Georgia. On Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014, hundreds of human rights activists will converge in Georgia in the wake of President Obama’s announcement about his executive actions in regards to immigration. The activists will march 1.7 […]

Football: Nothing Left to Cheer For

I grew up in South River, New Jersey, the next town over from Sayreville, the site of the latest football rape scandal. We were a football powerhouse, and Sayreville was one of our keenest rivals. And I was a cheerleader. I still remember those crystalline autumn Saturdays and such innocent excitement about the games. I got to cheer for Joey (as we called him then) Theismann, later a Heisman Trophy contender and Super Bowl-winning quarterback in the NFL, and Drew Pearson, Joey’s successor as quarter- back, who became one of the NFL’s greatest wide receivers.

Journalists Aren’t Covering Local Elections. Our Democracy Is Suffering Because of It.

On a warm October night toward the end of the 2014 campaign, almost every politician running for a major office here in the swing state of Colorado appeared at a candidate forum in southeast Denver. The topics discussed were pressing: a potential war with ISIS, voting rights, a still-struggling economy. But one key element was in conspicuously short supply: the media.

Suit challenges law muzzling Mumia

Attorneys representing political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal filed a lawsuit in federal court in Harrisburg, Pa., on Nov. 10 seeking to overturn a Pennsylvania censorship bill that had been quickly passed in October and then signed into law by outgoing Gov. Tom Corbett. The Pittsburgh-based Abolitionist Law Center, the Amistad Law Project and the Roderick and […]

Protests over police violence sweep France

Rémi Fraisse was killed by an “offensive grenade” used by French cops Oct. 26 during a protest against a dam being built in Tarn, a rural area northeast of Toulouse. Fraisse, 21, was part of the encampment by a local militant group with the slogan “As long as there are bodies, there will be no […]

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