Stand with McDonald’s Workers!
“McDonald’s workers have been leaders in the Fight for $15 and a union. Now, they are courageously taking on the climate of sexual harassment and abuse in the fast food industry and workplaces in general. Show them they are not alone! Stand in visible support with your presence and signs!
No Walls in the LGBTQ Workers Struggle!
Worker Solidarity NOT White Supremacy
“Join the Boston branch of Workers World Party and Stonewall Warriors for reports and political discussions on the various struggles facing the working class today, and to mobilize for Pride.
Reports will include:
– 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion
– Roxana Hernandez, Presente!
– The Deaths of Migrant Children in Detention Centers
– Stop the War on Women, Fight for Reproductive Justice!”
June 4: Building a Workers Solidarity Day in Buffalo
Meet local workers and working class activists to learn about and unite with the struggles of workers around the world.
June 1: Pride in the Cle – International Workers Solidarity Day Unit
March with the International Workers Solidarity Network (IWSN) on June 1, 2019 at Pride in the CLE.
There are no walls in the workers struggle!
End anti-LGBTQI2S oppression!
Solidarity with Im/migrants!
No to racism, sexism, and all forms of bigotry!
Stop the attacks on the working class!
Im/migrants coming to the USA are workers seeking to survive. Many are refugees, including LGBT families fleeing violence. Roxsana Hernández a Transwoman fleeing the USA-installed, right-wing Honduran regime, died while in Immigrant and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody. Others are forced to leave their homelands to find work. Big corporations profit by exploiting immigrant labor, but at the same time scapegoat workers coming here, using to the fear of job losses to divide our class. Meanwhile these corporations move jobs around the world in search of bigger and bigger profits.
We will smash all walls preventing working people around the world from uniting.
June 3: Demonstration at the Federal Building related to the many young children who have died in ICE custody
New York, City
WWP Discussion: The role of socialists in the labor movement
Can socialists help to transform labor into a global working class movement preparing for revolution?
You are invited to participate in an informal discussion sponsored by Workers World Party. Bring you ideas and questions.
WHEN: Saturday June 1st, 4:00 PM
WHERE: The Solidarity Center, 147 West 24th Street, NYC
How Do We Stop Trump’s Fascist War Against Migrant Workers?
What’s the potential role of the working class in the struggle to defend reproductive rights, the anti-war struggle, and the struggle against climate change?
Do We Need To Re-define What the Working Class Is? And Who is Part of it?
The Significance Of The Uber/Lyft Drivers May 8th Global Strike?
How Do We Fight For Internationalism In the Class Struggle?
What Is The International Workers Solidarity Network, And What are It’s Goals?”