“An antiwar movement has to start in every country”

Pittsburgh students and workers discuss war and the 2016 elections

By Zac Corrigan
22 September 2016

On September 20, SEP US vice presidential candidate Niles Niemuth held an election meeting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A campaign team spoke to students at University of Pittsburgh, as well as workers in the nearby impoverished borough of Wilkinsburg, about the 2016 elections, the social conditions facing young people, and the urgent need to build an antiwar movement.

Pennsylvania Campaign

On November 5, the Socialist Equality Party and the International Youth and Students for Social Equality will hold a major conference in Detroit, titled “Socialism vs. Capitalism and War”. Register at www.sep2016.com/conference .