The 2010s were years of intensifying capitalist crisis, which set into motion a global resurgence of class conflict. The 2020s will witness the immense growth of the international movement of the working class for socialism.
Joseph Kishore, 40, is the national secretary of the Socialist Equality Party in the United States, a position he has held since 2008. He is currently the SEP's presidential candidate in the 2020 US elections.
Kishore joined the SEP in 1999 after becoming politically radicalized by the Clinton administration’s war against Serbia. Over the past two decades, he has written hundreds of articles for the World Socialist Web Site and as national secretary has directed the party’s intervention in the struggles of workers and youth.
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Kishore is standing for president along with his running-mate, Norissa Santa Cruz, in the 2020 US presidential elections. In political solidarity with the International Committee of the Fourth International, the SEP is using this campaign to advance the struggle of the working class against capitalism.