US Perspectives 2006 – The Immigrant Rights Movement

In recent months, millions of immigrants and their supporters have hit the streets in the most massive social mobilization in decades.

The Assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X

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 […]

Why All Workers Should Support the Struggle for Immigrants Rights

The latest immigrant rights flyer by the WIL explains why immigrants’ issues are working class issues and also explains the need for broad class unity.  Print copies and distribute it in your neighborhood, workplace, or […]

Which Way Forward—Black Nationalism or Socialist Revolution?

The United States is the richest and most powerful country on the planet. Yet despite this, the poison of racism remains an integral part of America.

More Unions Adopt Resolutions Supporting Immigrant Rights

More trade union resolutions supporting immigrant rights.  Use these as a model for local resolutions.

Resolution Supporting Immigrant Rights Passed by ILWU #10

Resolution Passed by ILWU Local 10 in San Francisco. Take this to your union local and use as a model for similar resolutions.  An injury to one is an injury to all!

Massive movement of immigrants against Bush policies

The move to the left that we workers are experiencing will be sooner or later reflected in the United States. The revolutions and insurrections we are seeing in Latin America, particularly in Venezuela and Bolivia, […]

"We Are the Working Class of America"
Undocumented Immigrants: “We Are the Working Class of America”

Demonstrations and marches have been taking across the USA, but it wasn’t until Chicago’s 500,000 and Los Angeles’ 1,000,000-plus marches that the mood really took off. Taking their inspiration from these historic and unexpected turnouts, […]

International Working Women's Day – By V.I. Lenin

“The working woman and the peasant woman are oppressed by capital, but over and above that, even in the most democratic of the bourgeois republics, they remain, firstly, deprived of some rights because the law […]

The Truth Behind Bush's Immigration "Reform"

Bush’s new plan for immigration “reform” will benefit only the ruling classes of the US and Latin America, Mexico in particular.  Working people will only see their conditions of life further deteriorate while big business […]

The Anti-Immigration Laws: Who Are the Real Friends of Latin American Workers?

In the recent past, the question of illegal immigration and immigrant rights has hit the headlines once again. Anti-immigrant pronouncements by various local and national government officials, as well as several proposed pieces of legislation […]

The Emancipation of Women in Russia before and after the Russian Revolution – Part Two

On March 8, International Working Women’s Day, we published the first part of this article. The second part deals with the negative effects of the Stalinist degeneration of the soviet state and how this led […]