Friday, June 30, 2017

Weekend Edition | Your Cheat Sheet for Socialism 2017...and the Week's Top Articles

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Here's your Socialism 2017 cheat sheet

Special Feature | If you're trying to squeeze in some reading before Socialism 2017 next weekend, here's an SW gamers' guide to the conference so you can level up.

Trinity joins the attack on its own professor

Eric Maroney | After enduring threats and smears, Trinity College professor Johnny Eric Williams was placed on forced leave by the administration.

Weekend Focus: THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION AND U.S. POLITICS

What will stop their health care heist for good?

Christopher Baum | Trump and the Republicans suffered a setback when the Senate had to delay a vote on its health care bill--but this deadly threat is far from cured.

Justice denied on Trump's Muslim ban

Mukund Rathi | The Supreme Court's restoration of parts of Trump's Islamophobic travel ban is a travesty that must be contested in the streets.

Afghanistan under the Trump regime

Interview with Anand Gopal and May Jeong | Two journalists talk about what's the same and what's different--but mostly the same--about the U.S. war in Afghanistan since Trump took office.

Trump's war on birth control

Lauren Bianchi | The Religious Right has a loyal friend in Donald Trump, whose administration is out to gut women's access to contraception.

Join Socialist Worker along with more than 1,500 left-wing activists and authors in Chicago for Socialism 2017--a four-day conference to share lessons from history, learn about Marxist theory, discuss current struggles and debate questions for the left.

Weekend Focus: HISTORY AND RADICAL TRADITIONS

Was George Washington a French agent?

Paul Le Blanc | A historian of the Russian Revolution looks at recently recycled allegations that Lenin was a German agent--and considers how the charge would fit in 1776.

Saying yes to another world

Brian Jones | Naomi Klein argues in her new book that we need to say "no" to scapegoating, privatization and war--but the left needs to discuss to say "yes" to.

Weekend Focus: RACISM AND POLICE VIOLENCE

Will the racist killers in blue ever be convicted?

Chance Lunning and Elizabeth Wrigley-Field | The acquittal of the Minnesota cop who killed a motorist as his girlfriend filmed the aftermath caused shock waves of sadness and anger.

Why did the police attack at Columbus Pride?

Ingrid Raphael and Kristen Godfrey | Activists trying to protest police brutality and injustice at the Columbus Pride parade felt violence at the hands of cops themselves.

Weekend Focus: INTERNATIONAL NEWS AND ANALYSIS

A socialist challenge in the North of Ireland

Interview with Shaun Harkin | An Irish socialist talks about the lessons of the UK general election and the situation facing the radical left in the months to come.

Mexico's elections take shape

Héctor A. Rivera | With President Enrique Peña Nieto of the PRI more unpopular than ever, the campaign for next year's vote is already underway.

Weekend Focus: LABOR STRUGGLES

We are a sanctuary union

Tim Goulet | A member of Teamsters Local 810 in New York explains how they passed a resolution declaring their local a "sanctuary union."

What will it take to get Baystate to say "uncle"?

Rojas Oliva | Nurses at Baystate Franklin Medical Center are tired of "working while exhausted," but the hospital is punishing them for striking.

OTHER TOP ARTICLES OF THE WEEK

Who got put on trial in the Cosby case?

Rachel Cohen | What does the outcome of the trial of Bill Cosby say about how the court system treats survivors of sexual assault who seek justice?

Resistance to the far right takes shape in D.C.

Richard Capron and Donnie D. | A town hall meeting and counterprotest of a far-right rally were among the actions that mobilized hundreds of D.C.-area activists.

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Thursday, June 29, 2017

SW daily alert | What Will Stop Their Health Care Heist for Good?

A digest of the day's top articles at SocialistWorker.org Can't see images? Click here...

What will stop their health care heist for good?

Christopher Baum | Trump and the Republicans suffered a setback when the Senate had to delay a vote on its health care bill--but this deadly threat is far from cured.

Justice denied on Trump's Muslim ban

Mukund Rathi | The Supreme Court's restoration of parts of Trump's Islamophobic travel ban is a travesty that must be contested in the streets.

Join Socialist Worker along with more than 1,500 left-wing activists and authors in Chicago for Socialism 2017--a four-day conference to share lessons from history, learn about Marxist theory, discuss current struggles and debate questions for the left.

Why did the police attack at Columbus Pride?

Ingrid Raphael and Kristen Godfrey | Activists trying to protest police brutality and injustice at the Columbus Pride parade felt violence at the hands of cops themselves.

Confronting Arpaio's hate in Massachusetts

Emily Richardson | Defenders of social justice refused to let the bigoted former Sheriff Joe Arpaio send his hateful message without opposition.

¿A quién apoyar en México?

Obrero Socialista | En rumbo a los comicios, la izquierda mexicana enfrenta el reto de encontrar una candidatura que le ayude a construir poder popular desde abajo.

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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