Marchers gathered to put pressure on Holland, Mich., officials to include sexual orientation in the city's anti-discrimination policy.
Some 45,000 workers at Verizon are on strike across the Northeast in one of the largest strikes of the past few years.
In August 1982, a Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization striker spoke to Socialist Worker about their struggle.
In August 2006, three Socialist Worker contributors traveled the border from San Diego/Tijuana to El Paso/Ciudad Juarez and wrote about the trip.
Un presidente "progresista" ha dado su bendición política a uno de los mayores ataques contra la clase obrera en la historia de Estados Unidos.
As global climate change devastates the lives of tens of millions, both Republicans and Democrats are protecting Big Business over the environment.
The attacks in Norway show that the U.S. "war on terror" doesn't just fail at making the world safer--it has made it more dangerous.
A delegation of veterans of the Black freedom struggle in the U.S. is traveling to Palestine to show their solidarity.
The Bay Area longshore union's April 4 solidarity action with Wisconsin workers has led to another attack by employers.
Chicago's new Campaign Against Police Sexual Assault is organizing to hold police accountable for their assaults on women.
The Save Our Schools march showed that teachers are losing their fear--and that is a dangerous thing for the corporate reformers and their lackey politicians.
Many on the right share Anders Breivik’s antipathy for a society based on cross-cultural tolerance and understanding.
Syrian armed forces are trying to set an example with bloody repression, but the mobilizations of pro-democracy forces continue.
Why does professional sports, such a dominant part of culture, remain so hostile to open participation by LGBT people?
Chicago-area housing activists joined Luz Smedbron and her family on their front porch to protest her eviction.
Cuts have to be made, the politicians say. So, let's start by cutting firms whose only purpose seems to be using tax dollars to persecute the disabled.
Why did racist terrorist Anders Breivik consider hip-hop such a threat to his "beloved Norway"?
LGBT activists came out to block a protest by the National Organization of Marriage on the first day of same-sex marriages in New York.
The debt deal between Barack Obama and the Republicans aims to roll back decades of social progress while protecting the interests of the wealthy.
The Save Our Schools march drew thousands of educators and activists to Washington, D.C., to talk about real education reform.
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