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Solidarity with Colin Kaepernick
Kaepernick struggle is part of a larger fight happening in the United States around police violence and racism
Last year, in the midst of Black Lives Matter protests against police officers killing African American youth and facing no...more
Monumental mistakes
Challenging colonial statues does not erase history, it illuminates the past so we can build a better future
The old saying that history is written by the victors is made evident in the monuments that adorn—or rather, that...more
Hurricanes, fossil fuels and capitalism
The latest 'natural disasters' show the urgency of system change to stop climate change
In the Florida Keys town of Marathon, as the sea drained away from the bay, a woman screamed from her...more
'We're opposing Trump's drive to war', say South Korean socialists
Anti-imperialist, anti-capitalist working class struggles are the only solutions to nuclear sabre-rattling
Members of Workers' Solidarity, Socialist Worker's sister newspaper in South Korea, spoke about what's behind the nuclear tensions—and how the...more
Workers’ Comp is a Right!
Injured workers are demanding dignity, respect and compensation for their injuries
For years now, injured workers and frontline advocates have been sounding the alarm that Ontario’s Workplace Safety & Insurance Board...more
Fighting racism and Islamophobia through the struggle for $15 and Fairness
The strike, and the support from students, helped Muslim workers challenge workplace racism
Alia Karim interviewed Malka Paracha, a Muslim worker and trade union activist at York University, about overcoming Islamophobia in her...more
Beyond Bill 148: to beat the Big Business lobby we need to make the Fight $15 and Fairness an election issue
With a business backlash and a vacillating government, the $15 for $15 needs a concerted push forward
Since Bill 148, the Fair Wages, Better Workplaces Act , was first announced in May, there has been an intense...more
Asylum for Haitian refugees, not Confederates
Canada welcomed Civil War racists but is blocking Haitians
On August 15, in the aftermath of the Charlottesville protests over the removal of the monument to Confederate general Robert...more
Review: Wind River
The film draws attention to missing and murdered Indigenous women, but doesn't let them tell their own stories
First the good things about Taylor Sheridan's new movie "Wind River", which he directs and for which he wrote the...more
NAFTA: no sugarcoating a bad deal
With Trudeau joining Trump to continue NAFTA, it is up to workers solidarity across borders to defend labour and environmental standards
Canada, Mexico and the US are doing mutual back patting as the new North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations...more

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