A leaflet based on the article The Tasks of the Immigrant Workers’ Movement: For a working class program!. Available in both English and Spanish.
On March 12th and 13th there were demonstrations called in Providence, RI in response to the raid, detention and deportation of immigrant workers that took place last week in the Massachusetts city of New Bedford. […]
As we approach the first anniversary of the immigrant worker mega-marches, the struggle for our rights continues. We defeated the Sensenbrenner bill, and yet the attacks on the families of undocumented workers have intensified. Attacks […]
Early in the morning of March 6th, two days before International Women’s Day, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials made a massive raid at a sweatshop in the Massachusetts city of New Bedford. 327 workers, […]
Mainstream feminism has attempted to reduce March 8th to a vague and depoliticised celebration of the female sex as a homogenous group, but to socialists and working class women the world over, it is a […]
The MLK Day march in St. Louis, MO is perennially one of the largest in the country and arguably the most politicized. This year was no different, with many older participants singing “We Shall Overcome”, […]
The Second American Revolution [The U.S. Civil War] was a tremendous step forward, but it never realized its promise to Black Americans. The real winners in the Civil War were the Northern capitalists who opened […]
January 15 is Martin Luther King Jr. day, a day to remember the struggle of […]
While some claim that through the issuing of temporary work visas, immigrants will at the very least have some basic protections, the reality is that these protections are extremely limited and are virtually unenforceable.
On August 8th a group of some 30 workers and youth assembled in Providence at the Rhode Island State House to counter-protest the “Paul Revere Ride” (PRR), a racist motorcycle gang making a 48 state […]
In recent months, millions of immigrants and their supporters have hit the streets in the most massive social mobilization in decades.
Over thirty years ago, Malcolm X (1965) and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (1968) were assassinated. There have always been many unanswered questions about both of these murders. Roland Sheppard takes a look at both […]