Workers of Florenzi Industries in El Salvador are battling their bosses and the state institutions over factory closures and non-payment of wages. Join the solidarity campaign to support the workers!
The crisis and convulsions in the US have set the stage for an offensive by the working class. The recent wave of labor struggles has made itself felt in the Twin Cities, the home of […]
How can workers organize to fight back against capitalist crisis? What is the role of revolutionary socialists in the US labor movement? Tom Trottier discusses these questions and more at our November 2020 Marxist School.
The general secretary election for Britain’s largest trade union is down to the wire. Our British comrades of Socialist Appeal are all out calling for a vote for class-fighter left-wing candidate Paul Holmes.
In February 1919, a general strike paralyzed Seattle for six days. The tumultuous epoch that we are now entering in the US demands that we study our class’s revolutionary traditions and draw the necessary lessons.
Socialist Revolution recently interviewed Cliff Willmeng, a labor activist and candidate for the Board of Directors of the Minneapolis Nurses Association and for delegate to the Minnesota AFL-CIO.
With mass unemployment on the cards, many are comparing the current crisis to the Great Depression of the 1930s. There are many lessons from studying the period of the Great Depression.
In the aftermath of the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, a number of NBA teams staged a wildcat political strike in protest of the racist police terror that has convulsed the country in […]
We are living through a time in which many people have lost all hope in the future. There are many lessons for socialists to learn from the Great Depression and how the FDR administration presided […]
The following leaflet was written by members of Socialist Revolution in the postal union National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC).
Despite record-breaking highs of COVID-19 new cases this summer, Donald Trump and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos have pushed hard for schools to reopen in person this fall.
There was a growing mood of discontent within the U.S. labor movement before the COVID-19 pandemic. The outbreak has only served to heighten the tensions.