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March 28, 2018

  • Reviving traditions of solidarity and struggle

    The traditions of the past helped guide West Virginia teachers to victory, while providing fresh lessons that can help rebuild the labor movement.

  • Big Data versus democracy

    The scandal engulfing political consultants Cambridge Analytica is symptomatic of a political system for sale to the highest bidder.

  • Marielle's assassins must be brought to justice

    Socialist organizations in the U.S. send their solidarity after the assassination of a leading socialist and human rights activist in Brazil.

  • A family snatched at dawn

    The Australian government has forged a close partnership with Sri Lanka that comes at the expense of Tamil immigrants.

  • Saying #MeToo in Maine

    Panelists for a discussion at the University of Southern Maine talked about the need for action around sexual violence on campus.

March 27, 2018

  • Schools for struggle

    March was the month when U.S. schools became the epicenter of explosive protests that are teaching lessons for building a stronger resistance.

  • Trump's cruel stunt in a state full of suffering

    Trump's recent stop in New Hampshire to promote his plan to combat the opioid epidemic came down to blaming the victims.

  • Winning the right to be

    No one could have predicted the kind of outburst we experienced for the International Women's Strike in cities of the Spanish state.

  • Fascism's American cousin

    Opponents of the far right will find valuable historical lessons for organizing in a short pamphlet about fascists in an earlier era.

March 26, 2018

March 23, 2018

March 22, 2018

  • Recipe for a red-state revolt

    Looming in the background of the West Virginia teachers' strike was both a rich history of labor struggle and bitterness at a deep social crisis today.

  • Glimpses of a new movement

    Educators and contributors to SW describe what they saw and thought during the March 14 school walkout against gun violence.

  • The end of the occupation

    When its troops failed to quell the Iraqi resistance, the U.S. fomented a civil war, but the occupation still ended in failure.

  • PSU adjuncts need a level deal

    PSU adjuncts and their supporters turned out to say that they deserve a fair contract and are essential to the university's functioning.

  • A superhero for #MeToo

    Resistance to sexual assault and harassment are stitched into the fabric of the second season of the Netflix show Jessica Jones.

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