About the People's Weekly World

The People’s Weekly World / Nuestro Mundo is a national, grassroots weekly newspaper and the direct descendant of the Daily Worker. Published by Long View Publishing Co., the PWW reports on and analyzes the pressing issues and struggles of the day: for workers’ rights, peace, equality, social and economic justice, democracy, civil liberties, women’s rights, protection of the environment, and more.

The PWW is known for its partisan coverage. We take sides — for truth and justice. We are partisan to the working class, racially and nationally oppressed peoples, women, youth, seniors, international solidarity, Marxism and socialism. We enjoy a special relationship with the Communist Party USA, founded in 1919, and publish its news and views.

Since the first issue of the Daily Worker came off the press in 1924, our press has been in the battles of the U.S. working class and people’s movements. From the battles of the unemployed and the campaigns to organize the CIO, through the civil rights and peace movements of the 1960s and ‘70s to the struggles that have given us the 'new' labor movement, and now the growing movement for peace and defeating the ultra-right and Bush agenda — we’ve been there.

The PWW is part of the independent and free press tradition in the U.S. We are funded exclusively by our subscribers and supporters — no corporate money. With a small staff and a network of volunteers, we are proud to put out what many call “the best labor newspaper in the country.”

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