Thursday, June 22, 2017

SW daily alert | Mourning and Marching After the Grenfell Fire

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Mourning and marching after the Grenfell fire

Interview with Rob Owen | A British socialist describes the surge of anger and protest after the Grenfell Tower fire and its effect on the radicalization that followed the election.

A political prisoner is freed from ICE's grasp

Danny Katch | An LA activist was freed from detention, but still faces the threat of deportation by a vindictive and dishonest ICE bureaucracy.

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Shot while her kids listened

Amad Ross | Seattle police shot and killed Charleena Lyles, a pregnant 30-year-old mother of four, after she called to report a burglary.

Québec Solidaire sets a course for the left

Benoit Renaud | Québec solidaire's decision against making an electoral pact with the Parti québécois is about building a principled alternative.

Oakland struggles after the spectacle fades

Appeals from 1917 | Two proclamations issued in Petrograd show how the radicalization of workers and soldiers led more people to the Bolsheviks.

Socialist Worker is marking the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution with a yearlong series of articles outlining the course and consequences of the revolution. The latest article: "The revolution gains strength."

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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

SW daily alert | Nabra Hassanen Had More Than One Murderer

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Nabra Hassanen had more than one murderer

Elizabeth Schulte | A young man is behind bars for Nabra Hassanen's murder, but there are many other people responsible for promoting deadly anti-Muslim hate.

Victims of UPS's deadly drive for profit

By a UPS worker | The mass shooting at a San Francisco hub is upsetting for those of us who work at UPS, but it doesn't come as a real surprise.

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Why has this professor been targeted?

Brandon Daniels | Syracuse University Professor Dana Cloud is facing threats and abuse after participating in a counterprotest against Islamophobia.

Scott's anti-teacher agenda in Vermont

Nolan Rampy | Vermont Gov. Phil Scott is taking aim at teachers' health benefits as part of a larger effort to impose austerity in pubic education.

Oakland struggles after the spectacle fades

Luke Pickrell | Celebrities and the super-rich descended on Oakland for the NBA Finals--but not far away, the "other half" barely survives.

Socialist Worker is marking the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution with a yearlong series of articles outlining the course and consequences of the revolution. The latest article: "The revolution gains strength."

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