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The realities of Seattle’s $15/hr minimum wage are troublesome for conservative Chicken Littles who warned that it would collapse Seattle’s economy. Propelled by workers and led by 15 Now and Socialist Alternative, the $15 movement...

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Don’t Let Corporate Cash Buy this Election! Low-wage workers have organized for two years to force $15 an hour to the center of Minneapolis’ 2017 elections. Today, I’m excited to see a growing list of...

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When Occupy burst on the scene five years ago, it began a wave of social struggle – including the fight for $15 and resistance to climate destruction, systemic racism, and sexism. Socialist Alternative has been...

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The Twin Cities, MN – After days of escalating protests in Minnesota following the police killing of Philando Castile, the Ramsey County Attorney has charged 48 people, including two members of Socialist Alternative MN, with...

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Today was one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in the over 30 years I’ve spent as a worker and an activist fighting for social justice. Several hundred workers and supporters marched on City...

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On Thursday, November 12, over 10,000 students walked out of their classes to fight back against the worsening student debt crisis. Demanding tuition-free public college, a cancellation of all student debt and a $15 minimum...

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There is a historic opportunity to rebuild a fighting socialist movement....

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Keep the Voice for Working People on the City Council! Follow Kshama Sawant’s campaign in Seattle at KshamaSawant.org facebook.com/VoteSawant @votesawant Socialist Alternative City Councilmember Kshama Sawant won more than 52 percent of Seattle’s District 3 August...

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Time to Build a Movement for a Strong $15 for All On July 22, the New York State Wage Board, commissioned by Governor Andrew Cuomo to consider whether or not to raise the minimum wage...

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The demand for a $15 minimum wage continues to surge forward as a concrete answer to one of the central issues driving U.S. politics – income inequality....

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