A digest of the day's top articles at SocialistWorker.org

What strategies will stop the far right?

Eric Ruder | Since Trump's election, the far right has become more aggressive than at any time in the last 25 years. An organized response is urgently needed.

We defended left-wing speech at Syracuse

Brandon Daniels | When the right wing went after a Syracuse University professor, supporters organized successfully for a statement in her defense.

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.

Berkeley doesn't need Urban Shield

Jeremy Tully and Emily Birnbaum | Some 500 people turned out to tell the City Council that a SWAT-training convention and weapons expo has no place in Berkeley.

What can turn the teachers' union around?

Michael Mochaidean | West Virginia's history shows the potential for teachers to take action to better their conditions, rather than waiting on elections.

La migra detiene más activistas

Obrero Socialista | El gobierno continúa haciendo guerra contra los inmigrantes que luchan por sus derechos laborales. Otros dos activistas fueron detenidos en Vermont.

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: "Repression and resurgence."

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