By the Incendiary Editorial Board On March 8, thousands across the US will celebrate International Working Women’s Day (IWWD), a working-class holiday that originated at the beginning of the 20th century as part of the struggle for socialism. Since then, the holiday which began as a rallying cry to politicize and organize women against the ruling class (the bourgeoisie) has been co-opted by the class … Continue reading Fight for a Revolutionary Proletarian Women’s Movement!
Photo: Thousands of nurses and other healthcare workers went on strike to improve staffing levels and patient care at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle. By Audrey Hellenbrecht Last month, striking nurses at the Swedish Medical Center (SMC) in Seattle, Washington were finally able to return to work after thousands were locked out at the end of a three-day strike. Over 7,800 nurses and other healthcare … Continue reading SEATTLE: Nurses Strike for Better Patient Care, Locked Out Upon Return
Photo: Pete Buttigieg flees Fight for $15 event after workers turn against him By Miriam Cordova Editor’s Note: Shortly after this article was published, reports surfaced that Pete Buttigieg will be dropping out of the Democratic Presidential race. Yesterday, Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg lost decisively in the South Carolina primary to former Vice-President Joe Biden. Receiving only eight percent of the primary vote, his … Continue reading CHARLESTON: Buttigieg Fares Poorly in Primary, Black Workers Force Early Departure from Photo-Op
By Joseph Magyar with contributions from Ben Robinson In February of 1848, the Communist Manifesto was published in London by Karl Marx, laying the basis for communist ideology and inspiring revolutionaries for generations. Commissioned by The Communist League after lengthy struggles in its first two congresses, it was published to little fanfare or attention, but earned its place as one of the fundamental documents for … Continue reading PROLETARIAN HISTORY: Publication of the Communist Manifesto
Photo: Striking Asarco workers rally outside a mining convention in Phoenix, Arizona By Destinee Fuerte On Monday, striking copper workers from the American Smelting and Refining Company LLC (Asarco) staged a protest outside of the Phoenix Convention Center as their employers attended a national conference of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration. After 4 months on strike, there is no end in sight for … Continue reading ARIZONA: Workers Continue Strike Against Asarco Mining Company
The following is an unofficial translation of an article from French revolutionary newspaper La Cause du Peuple titled “Sur la grève de la RATP.” Translation by Kate LaBelle Workers from the Régie autonome des transports Parisiens (RATP), the Parisian transportation network, were among the most combative during the December and January strike against pension reforms. Every day for over a month, thousands of them, even … Continue reading FRANCE: Concerning the RATP Strike
By Felipe Vera Mexican revolutionary organization, Corriente del Pueblo-Sol Rojo (People’s Current-Red Sun), held a State Assembly on January 19 in Oaxaca, celebrated as La Ciudad Rebelde (The Rebel City), announcing completion of the objectives of 2019 and laying out their tasks for 2020. The State Assembly proved to be a success as in previous years, uniting the broad masses of Oaxaca, with delegates arriving … Continue reading MEXICO: Revolutionaries of Sol Rojo Hold 2020 State Assembly