Workers' Voice leaflets
the Detroit Marxist-Leninist Study Group, supporters of the Communist
Voice Organization. Since late 2014, much more material from the DMLSG
has been circulated on the D/SWV email list
leaflets. Contact Detroit Workers' Voice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Issue #124: Sept. 9, 2017. Cancel racism, not DACA! Trump ignites a storm of protest by ending DACA. (PDF
- Issue #123: May 1, 2017: May Day in the time of the anti-Trump
struggle. (1) An injustice to one is an injustice to all! (2)
Into the streets for environmental justice and to protect the climate.
(3) Trump's bombing: US imperialist hypocrisy: Support the Syrian
people against the Assad tyranny. (PDF
- Issue #122: January
16, 2017: In response to Trump...organize to
fight back! Also, Martin Luther King Day 2017: black lives
than ever! And Aleppo has fallen, but the struggle against dictatorship
- Issue #121: September 5, 2016: One article on the poisoning
Detroit, and the other on the struggle in Syria (and in the American
solidarity movement) (PDF
- Issue #120: April 11, 2016: Stop the ten-fold expansion of
Ecology" waste plant! Keep radioactive waste out of our drinking water!
Demonstrate Saturday 10 am at Eastern Market (PDF
- Issue #119: January 18, 2016 (MLK Day): Police murderer of
by grand jury. Jail Gov. Snyder for poisoning 100,000 people in Flint!
South African workers of NUMSA persist in struggle! The struggle
against the Assad tyranny in Syria continues (PDF
- Issue #118: Sept. 30, 2015: Protest the increased dumping
of hazardous and radioactive waste in Detroit! Demonstrate Oct 3rd!
Also hail the defeat of the tentative Chrysler contract! Solidarity
with auto workers fighting against two-tier wages! (PDF
- Issue #117: April 30, 2015: Black lives matter!; $15 an
Trans-Pacific Partnership; Greece (DWV email list,
April 30, 2015,
or PDF form of leaflet)
- Issue #116: January 19, 2015. On the occasion of Martin
Luther King Day: Stand up against police terror and the racist system;
South African workers on the march, and the National Union of
Metalworkers of South Africa defies the ruling ANC; and all eyes on
Greece as Syriza (the Coalition of the Radical Left) poised to win
coming election. (PDF version)
- Issue #115: December 19, 2014. Black
Prepared for the anti-racist demonstration of Dec. 19 in Royal Oak,
Michigan. (PDF version)
- Issue #114: An appeal to the public and to postal workers:
to preserve postal service and jobs. Protest on Friday, November 14 (Detroit Workers' Voice
November 13, 2014) (PDF version)
- Issue 113a: July 18, 2014: Continue the fight
capitalist austerity! Detroit Emergency Financial Manager Orr's plan is
a crime against the workers and poor! (#113a differs from #113 only in
correcting some typos, PDF version,
#113b is an updated version, August 14, 2014, #113b PDF version)
- Issue #112a: April 28, 2014: (a) Come out on May 1st,
International Day of Workers' Struggle. (b) Solidarity with
Detroit city workers! (c) Postal workers demonstrate nationwide against
privatization at Staples! (Differs from Issue #112 only in updating the
article on the demonstrations at Staples from a call to take part in
the Detroit demonstration to a brief report on its outcome.) (PDF version)
- Issue #112: April 23, 2014. Come out on May 1st!
- Issue #111: March 1, 2014. Oppose Orr's [Detroit's
Financial Manager] anti-worker bankruptcy plan! (PDF
- Issue #110: January 17, 2014. On Martin Luther King
struggle continues (PDF version)
- Issue #109:
September 1, 2013. Defend
Detroit workers and retirees against robbery by the rich! Racist
justice system frees
Trayvon's murderer. For a working-class environmental
movement! (PDF version)
- Issue #108:
August 10, 2013. Racist
justice system frees Trayvon Martin's murderer (PDF version)
- Issue #107: May
1, 2013. Don’t fall
the fake reforms of Obama/Congress: Full rights for all immigrants,
now! (PDF version)
- Issue #106:
February 20, 2013. Two
articles: Five-day mail delivery slashes postal jobs and public
service. NALC leaders hail disastrous anti-worker contract arbitration
ruling. (PDF version)
- Issue #105:
September 3, 2012. No
to bipartisan austerity; denounce the Marikana massacre of striking
South African platinum miners; and support the Syrian people's
rebellion against the Assad regime! (PDF
- Issue #104:
June 1, 2012. Lobbying
fails again: Senate Democrats vote for 5-day mail delivery in bill S.
1789/Organize, unite and resist! Stop management/Congress war on postal
workers and public service! (PDF
- Issue #103:
May 1, 2012. No to austerity, environmental ruin, and attacks on
immigrants! All out for May 1st — International Workers Day! (PDF version)
- Issue #102:
October 1, 2011. The
Fukushima disaster means no to nuclear power! (PDF version)
- Issue #101:
September 4, 2011. Fight
against the anti-worker campaign! USPS management declares war on
postal workers, and also cuts postal service (PDF
- Issue #100:
April 28, 2011.
with the uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East! (PDF version)
- Issue #99:
April 5, 2011.
Solidarity against the sellout of new workers! No to wage cuts and
30-hour flex work schedules! Postal workers, vote NO on the APWU
contract! (PDF version)
- Issue #98:
March 23, 2011. No to
Michigan Governor Snyder's war on the workers and the poor! (PDF version)
- Issue #97:
March 1, 2011. No to
anti-union laws and budget-cutting across the country: Solidarity with
the fight of Wisconsin public workers. (PDF
- Issue #96:
December 15, 2010. As
contract negotiations at the post office intensify: Watch out for
two-tier wages and other concessions! (PDF
- Issue #95:
October 26, 2010. On the
mid-term elections: Republicans and Democrats bow before big business. (PDF version)
- Issue #94: August 21, 2010. Appeal to Fort Street
workers of all crafts to come out to the postal march on the occasion
of the APWU convention. (PDF version)
- Issue #93:
August 21, 2010. We
need mass action to fight postal management (On the 20th convention of
the APWU: Mass action depends on rank-and-file rebellion against postal
management and the no-struggle policy of the union leadership) (PDF version)
- Issue #92: June
24, 2010. Demonstrate
at the main Detroit postal facility against postal management's
anti-worker offensive! (PDF version)
- Issue #91: June
22, 2010. The class
is the path to a
world free of oppression! (Distributed at the meeting of the US Social
Forum in Detroit) (PDF version)
- Issue #89:
April 30, 2010. "Watch out
for Obama’s new attacks on immigrants! Full
rights for immigrant workers!" and "Support postal workers against job
cuts, forced relocation, overwork, and reduction to five-day mail
delivery!" (PDF version)
- Issue #88:
April 12, 2010. Support
workers against job cuts, forced relocation, overwork, and reduction to
five-day delivery! Distributed mainly among other workers to gather
support for postal workers. (PDF
- Issue #87:
April 12, 2010. The March
31st picket was a big success: Keep up the fight against excessing,
forced relocation, and five-day delivery! Distributed, mainly among
postal workers, in preparation for the April 14 protest rally in front
of the Highland Park, Michigan postal station (PDF
- Issue #86:
March 27, 2010. All out for the March 31 picket (in front of the Fort
St. postal facility in Detroit)! Postal workers, unite against job
cuts, forced relocation, and overwork! (PDF
- Issue #85:
March 17, 2010. Help build
the postal picket! Come to the APWU planning meeting this Friday! Fight
to keep our jobs! (PDF version)
- Issue #84:
March 12, 2010. Oppose jobs
cuts and forced relocation! We need mass action now! (PDF version)
- Issue #83:
January 28, 2010. "We will
not be destroyed! Stand up to postal management's attacks! " and "They
food and medical supplies, not bayonets: Solidarity with the Haitian
people (PDF version)
- Issue #82:
October 17, 2009. US
imperialism, out of Afghanistan and Pakistan! (PDF
- Issue #81:
September 7, 2009. Obama's economic program:
crumbs for the people,
trillions for Wall Street! (PDF
- Issue #80: Fight
anti-worker postal cutbacks
and support the
anti-dictatorship struggle in Iran
-- articles from Detroit Workers' Voice #80, August 15, 2009.
- Issue #79 June
15, 2009. Obama's economic program:
crumbs for the people,
trillions for Wall Street. (PDF
- Issue #78
December 26, 2008. Postal management goes
on rampage of job cuts. Don't wait for
grievances, but unite all crafts in the struggle against job cuts!
- Issue #77
December 8, 2008. No more bailouts for the
rich! Workers need struggle for jobs,
wages, social programs and homes!
- Issue #76
November 1, 2008. The National Reassessment Program must go! Don't let
management rob injured workers' jobs!
- Issue #75
August 12, 2008. McCain and Obama side
with the rich. Workers! We need our
own class movement against the corporations and their political
- Issue #74 May
17, 2008. American Axle strikers -- reject
the wage-cutting contract!
- Issue #73 May
1, 2008. Workers of all nationalities, support full rights for all
workers! And brief update on the American Axle strike.
- Issue #72 March
20, 2008. Support the American Axle
- Issue #71 Jan.
15, 2008. Presidential candidates campaign
for private insurance profits
- Issue #70 Nov.
12, 2007. 200 postal workers denounce
Pontiac move: No to anti-worker
- Issue #68
September 27, 2007: Postal management
tries to steal injured workers' jobs,
pensions, and benefits
- Issue #67
September 3, 2007.
(1) The surge won't work and the occupation can't be fixed -- US
imperialism, get out of Iraq!
(2) For national health care, not private insurance! Sicko
portrays the many tragedies under
- Issue #66 June
4, 2007. Funding the surge in Iraq:
Democrats cave in to Bush's
- Issue #64 May
1, 2007. Full rights for all immigrant
- Issue #63 March
13, 2007. While Bush sends more troops to
Iraq, Democrats betray anti-war
- Issue #62
December 24, 2006. Postal workers: Vote
'no' on the tentative APWU contract!
- Issue #61
September 29, 2006. For a working-class struggle against US
on the peoples of the Middle East
- Issue #60
September 4, 2006. Labor Day leaflet: Rank-and-file workers, get
against the capitalist offensive!
- Issue #59 July
22, 2006. Down with Israel's murderous attacks on the Lebanese and
- Issue #57 April
6, 2006. Full rights for all immigrant workers! Anti-immigrant bills
attack on all workers!
- Issue #54 Jan
21, 2006. Delphi rank and file fight concessions.
- Issue #53 Oct.
17, 2005. Survival of the richest: the Gulf Hurricanes crisis.
- Issue #51 Sept.
5, 2005. What does the AFL-CIO split mean for the rank-and-file? And
support the Northwest airlines mechanics strike.
- Issue #50 June
20, 2005. Support the city workers! Make the rich pay for
the city budget
crisis! Down with Kilpatrick and City Council for balancing
the budget on the back of the
worrers and poor!
- Issue #48. May
13, 2005. The question facing the Million Worker March national
of May 14-15 in Detroit: What
path toward an independent workers' movement --
building the rank-and-file struggle or illusions in the liberal
- Issue #47.April
10, 2005. Don't trust Mayor Kilpatrick of his City Council
workers, prepare for struggle! 'Equality of sacrifice' is a fraud! No
- Issue #45.February
15, 2005. Make the rich pay! Support Detroit city workers and
school employees against budget cuts!
- Issue #44.
February 5, 2004. Help build rank-and-file organization! Support
workers and school employees against budget cuts!
- Issue #43. Dec.
6, 2004. What does the recent president election mean for the working
- Issue #42.
August 5, 2004. Workers are fed up with the war, Bush and Kerry support
- Issue #41. July
15, 2004. Fake 'sovereignty' in Iraq can't hide continued U.S.
- Issue #40,
March 20, 2004. Support the class struggle of the Iraqi workers and
No to the imperialist occupation of Iraq!
- Issue #39, No
to Bush's postal commission! Fight Bush & management's attacks
- Issue #38,
Resistance to US/British occupation rises as imperialist dictate
tyranny (US imperialism, get out of Iraq!)
- Issue #36, Down
with the imperialist war on Iraq!
- Issue #35, No
to Bush's imperialist war and Hussein's tyranny!
- Issue #34,
Anti-imperialism and the workers movement
- Issue #33,. To
hell with Bush and Hussein: Stand up against the U.S. war drive against
- Issue #32,
Update of "Solidarity with the Palestinian people" (Sept. 5, 2002)
- Issue #31,
Partial privatization -- postal management's "transformation plan"
workers and threatens universal service (August 27, 2002)
- Issue #30,
Solidarity with the Palestinian people: Down with Sharon's massacres!
energy ministers in Detroit plot new deregulation disasters (May 1,
- Issue #29,
Bush's so-called "anti-terrorism" means endless war and repression
- Issue #28 No to
Bush's war of revenge! (October 3, 2001.)
- Issue #27
Denounce Bush/Engler attending Labor Day events! No to Bush and the
Democrats!/For a class struggle vs. Neo-liberalism, & Remember
by Italian police for protesting G-8 meeting in Genoa
- Issue #26 for
the anti-FTAA demonstration of April 21,2001 in Detroit, MI
- Issue #25 on
the anti-OAS & anti-FTAA demonstrations in Windsor, Canada and
- Issue #24 on
the Detroit teachers' strike and denouncing Indonesian genocide against
- Issue #23
Support the June 9 letter carriers' informational picket, but organize
of the pitiful NALC union bureaucrats!
- Issue #22 (March 31, 1999) -- No to Milosevic, NATO, and
the big power Contact Group!
No solution in Kosovo without the right to self-determination!
(Condensed form of lead
article from CV vol. 5 #1, March 28,
- Issue #21
Postal workers, vote NO! on the national contract offer!
- Issue #20 on
the GM strike, the Puerto Rican general strike; and the striking
who are blockading the railroads
- Issue #19 on
postal slave-driving; workers strikes around the world; and the fall of
- Issue #18
AGAINST ANOTHER WAR FOR OIL AND EMPIRE IN THE PERSIAN GULF
- Issue #17 on
postal and teachers' strikes in Canada and speed-up campaign by the USPS
- Issue #16 on
the UPS settlement, latest in newspaper workers' struggle, and police
- Issue #15 on
the overturning of the conviction of one of the racist killer cops who
Malice Green in Detroit
- Issue #14 for
the demonstration of June 21 in support of the newspaper workers
- Issue #13 on
the betrayal of the Detroit newspaper strike
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