Category Archives: Labor

What is happening in Venezuela?

Our comrade Simón Rodríguez Porras from the Freedom and Socialism Party from Venezuela (Partido Socialismo y Libertad-PSL) writes about the latest protests facing the country, denounces the repression from both the state and the right and presents a proposal by revolutionary … Continue reading

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Call for international solidarity with the struggle of the Turkish people

Worker’s Front (Turkey) At a time when it is been more than a week since we are resisting the brutal repression of the police and resisted several attempts to evacuate the occupied spaces.  At a time when workers of the world have been able to observe how the government impedes the right to protest and expression, and shows the methods ofdictatorial regimes. … Continue reading

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Chicago teachers make their mark

We are re-posting here an editorial from the Freedom Socialist Party on the recent teachers’ strike in Chicago The corporate “education reform” juggernaut, kept rolling by President Obama and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and fully endorsed by Chicago Mayor Rahm … Continue reading

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We condemn the murder of 34 miners in South Africa!

Statement by the International Workers’ Unity (Fourth International) There is growing international outrage over the criminal police repression in South Africa that resulted in the death of 34 miners who were part of a demonstration by striking workers. On Thursday … Continue reading

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International Manifesto in support of the working class candidacy of Orlando Chirino in Venezuela

On October 7th presidential elections will be held in Venezuela. In this election, there will be two main candidates: President Hugo Chavez, of the PSUV, and Henrique Capriles, candidate of the MUD (Democratic Unity Roundtable), representing the traditional right-wing forces. … Continue reading

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Don’t vote for Wall Street candidates

After the primaries, workers and the people should decide who they will choose for president. We cannot keep rewarding politicians who always end up ruling for corporate America with our votes Barack Obama promised “change”—he said “yes we can”— and … Continue reading

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60 years since the 1952 Bolivian revolution

By La Protesta (Bolivia) When the miners and peasants took power in their hands For many people in Bolivia the anniversary of the revolution is a “celebration” of the MNR [Revolutionary Nationalist Movement]. However, the MNR and its leader Paz … Continue reading

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Argentina: Respuesta obrera a la Masacre de Once

Por Diego Rojas Pinchar aquí para ver el video de la conferencia de prensa de los trabajadores ferroviarios Una semana después de que ocurriera la masacre de Once, en la que perdieran la vida 51 personas y setecientas más sufrieran … Continue reading

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Money for the poor, not for Wall Street and the war!

Below a flyer we have been passing out in New York: President Barack Obama took office promising change but in reality, his government has proven to represent the continuity of traditional politics by both Democrats and Republicans. It is the … Continue reading

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Demand immediate freedom of Rubén “Pollo” Sobrero, rail worker leader and socialist arrested in Argentina

Statement Spanish / German On the morning of September 30th, Argentine trade union leader Rubén “Pollo” Sobrero, leader of the militant rail metro line Sarmiento was arrested  under the false accusation of “burning trains” on the Citadel and Haedo stations. Sobrero is chairman of … Continue reading

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