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HISTORY and THEORY

CORE Organizes Political Education for Activists

On Saturday, 26 February 2022, the first batch of activists from affiliates of the Coalition for Revolution (CORE) commenced the first, in a series...

Remembering Teslim “Samore” Oyekanmi (17/11/69-2/10/11) – Brain Behind the Police Rank-and-File strike (2002)

It’s now a decade since we lost Samore. He was a fearless revolutionary, versatile unionist, brilliant activist and unrepentant Mayost who lived life to...

WHAT IS TO BE DONE?

The poor masses in Nigeria have never had things so bad. Poverty, insecurity, corruption, and repression have become the order of the day. But...

The National Question and Self-determination in Nigeria

As we reported in the last edition of Socialist Worker, the revival of separatist politics has again brought heated discussions on the national question...

Queerphobia, a Gateway to Fascism

Capitalist society is plagued by a lot of contradictions. It promises rights, freedom, emancipation, economic mobility, etc. But it is built exactly on the...

From Colonialism to Neoliberalism (Part 1)

Nigeria is the most populous black nation in the world The country was established in 1914 by the British colonial masters who merged the...

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH FIGHTBACK NOW!

The poor masses across the country are fed up. Despite abundant wealth from our sweat and the abundance of resources on our lands, over...

“Tribalism” and Secession Divide the Masses, We must unite and fight to win

Fulani resident in Igangan, a town in the Ibarapa North Local Government Area of Oyo state were kicked out of the community on 22nd...

Ten Years After the Arab Revolutions: What can we learn for today’s struggle?

Revolutions swept through the Middle East and North Africa ten years ago. Often described collectively as the Arab Spring, this mass movements of millions...

SWL commemorates 10th year anniversary

The Socialist Workers & Youth League commemorated its 10th year anniversary with an online “Naija Marxism – Festival of Revolutionary Ideas”. The festival was...

#EndSARS and the Structural Basis of Police Brutality in Nigeria

Scores of thousands of young people took to the streets across Nigeria in October 2020, to protest police brutality. Their primary demand was for...

Revolutionary Pressures in Nigeria

For several weeks in October 2020, tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Nigeria to protest against police brutality. The protests...

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Nigerdock Sacks Workers: Union Protests

Nigerdock Nigeria Limited sacked at least 10 workers in the last week of February. This was after serving a notice of termination of employment...

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History of Women’s Oppression

Women’s oppression is the most deeply entrenched oppression. It is seen as biological, psychological, universal and age-old. This view impacts on how we understand...