On May 1, tens of thousands of immigrants and working families of all backgrounds, community organizations, labor unions and many others took to the streets across the country to demand legalization for all immigrants and to stop deportations and the attacks on workers.
Whether you want to organize against war, racism, sexism and capitalist exploitation, or just learn what socialism is all about, the May 14 New England 'Stand Up & Fight Back' Conference has something for you.
Photos from the March 12 demonstrations in Wisconsin—the largest demonstration to date of workers, students and other labor supporters against Gov. Scott Walker's infamous anti-union bill, which has now been signed into law.
Show solidarity with the struggle in Wisconsin by downloading and printing these posters, supporting the call for a general strike. Hang them in your window, on your door, in your car or wherever they can be seen.
If public and private sector workers in Wisconsin engage in a general strike, it will be supported by workers and students across the country. This struggle will not be decided in the halls of the state government, but in the streets.
A special legislative committee in Wisconsin convened on Wednesday night to strip out the fiscal elements of Gov. Scott Walker's budget repair bill, in order to pass his anti-public employee union proposals.
From Ohio to Wisconsin, workers, students and their supporters are taking a stand against anti-labor legislation—and ANSWER activists and organizers have been there in solidarity and bringing daily coverage of this fightback movement.
March 1 witnessed another crucial day of militant mass action in Midwestern states against an all-out assault on public unions, with protesters converging on the capitals of Ohio, Wisconsin and Indiana.