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On Monday November 14th, thousands of Seattle students partook in a citywide walkout that was called to protest Trump’s racism, sexism, misogyny, and outright bigotry. Several schools including: Garfield, Franklin, West Seattle, Center School, and...

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The unthinkable has happened – Donald Trump has won.  Further, the Republicans have seized control of both chambers of congress. They are planning to unleash a storm of attacks against the most vulnerable in our...

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“Savage cuts are made to public services and welfare while the financial sharks in the gambling casinos of the free market are bailed out by the working class,” says Joe Higgins in the first Socialist...

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Every year and on every level of governance, the city budget represents an open statement of priorities. This year members of Socialist Alternative joined approximately 100 working class people in Seattle’s City Hall for the...

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Letter

August 1, 2013

“If you’re black, you were born in jail.” – Malcolm X The prisoners of Georgia state, California’s Pelican Bay, Virginia’s Red Onion State Prison, and the Lucasville prisoners at Ohio State Penitentiary have utilized the...

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The Occupy movement has played a big role in building solidarity for the labor movement in recent months. From supporting the Sotheby workers in New York City, to the LA port drivers and longshore workers...

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UPDATE @ 22:30 GMT – Only united and extensive workers’ action can end this dictatorial regime The most recent update as of 18/12 22:30 GMT from CWI Reporters in Russia & Kazakhstan can be found...

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“All great world-historic facts and personages appear, so to speak, twice…The first time as tragedy, the second time as farce.” –Karl Marx For those of us on the left who have observed the SEIU-centered Civil...

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Hundreds of longshore workers in Longview, Washington state, broke into a new $200 million grain terminal and dumped more than 10,000 tons of grain on railroad tracks on Thursday, September 8. The ports of Seattle,...

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