Dylann Roof’s mass murder in Charleston exposes the racist rot at the heart of America—and those who profit from it, politically and financially.
The tech industry has constructed a series of myths that obscure the realities of class power, exploitation and oppression.
The French government's austerity policies bring an urgency to the task of rebuilding social movements and the radical left.
A United Nations report on war crimes committed during Israel's assault on Gaza seeks "balance" where there is none.
Indonesian policies in West Papua have been designed from the beginning to silence the voice of the indigenous people.
Even some Republicans admit the Confederate flag is an insult to the victims of racist mass murder--but it's still flying in South Carolina.
The Truth Committee on Public Debt formed by the Greek parliament has issued a report documenting the crimes of the Troika.
The cruel new law in the Dominican Republic against those of Haitian descent has its roots in U.S. policy in both countries.
Hundreds of thousands of people marched through the streets of London for the "End Austerity Now" demonstration.
SW is right about Bernie Sanders, but could a Democratic campaign ever incubate the forces that could break with the party?
The terrorist killings in a Black church is the product of 400 years of slavery, segregation and racist violence that still shapes life and labor today.
To know the story of Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church is to be in awe of its historic resilience.
Talk about immigration "reform" may have stalled, but the the detention and deportation machine is running at full speed.
Nearly 2 million families in New York City are awaiting a deal in the state capital to restore the protections of rent stabilization.
Aung San Suu Kyi, a longtime symbol of the human rights struggle, has nothing to say about the persecution of the Rohingya.
Every time I saw Dave at work, he seemed crushed by the weight of the scrutiny—his head down and his shoulders slumped.
Three Socialist Worker contributors comment on the Black freedom struggle 150 years after the date that historically marks the end of slavery.
The story of Rachel Dolezal--and the many responses to it--tell us a lot about how race is understood and misunderstood in this country.
Driving the latest demands for more austerity in Greece is a new constellation of imperial power in Europe driven by Germany.
A recently formed party based among Kurds but embracing the whole left in Turkey scored an election breakthrough.
Socialism 2015 | Chicago | July 2-5
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