Workers World

Regarding Darfur, linked with, and with Understanding Sudan – The Darfur conflict, and with .

Workers World has united Black, Latino, Native, Asian, Arab and white in the struggle against racism. It has brought together women and men, lesbian, gay, bi, trans and straight, youth and seniors, workers and the unemployed, native-born and immigrants to fight for better conditions for all. Members of WWP have worked hard and long to build many of the most important progressive actions of the last three decades.

But you can’t just patch up this racist, sexist society. Capitalism rests on the exploitation of the many by the few. The monopoly of economic and political power by a small ruling class becomes more concentrated every day with mega-billion-dollar mergers and mass layoffs. That’s why capitalist democracy produces nothing but hot air. The power of the workers and the oppressed is in the streets, not in Washington.

Workers World fights for a socialist society—where the wealth is socially owned and production is planned to satisfy human need.

That’s also what workers around the world, from Cuba to China, have been struggling for. The U.S. rulers have spent trillions of our tax dollars trying to stop them in a global class struggle. WWP promotes international working-class solidarity, the right of every nation to sovereignty and self-determination, and militant resistance at home to imperialist interventions and wars.

Contact: National Office Workers World Party, 55 W. 17 St., New York, NY 10011, Tel. 212-627-2994, Fax 212-675-7869, E-mail, Web.

See Workers World about Sudan’s Darfur Situation: Oil is behind struggle in Darfur.

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