A Special May Day Message

This May Day, we're offering yearlong digital subs for $1, and print ones for $10.

Edith Ransom and Charles Zimmerman (center) of ILGWU Local 22 march with others in the 1937 May Day parade. Kheel Center / Flickr

Get a digital subscription to Jacobin today for just $1. Print subscriptions are only $10 today, too.

The people who run the planet have 364 days in their honor (more on leap years!) — the people whose labor makes it run have only one. So happy International Workers’ Day.

At Jacobin, we’re trying our best to reach millions with the argument that creating a better world requires challenging those who profit from the misery and exploitation of others. Over the past eight years we’ve put out over 5,000 articles by 2,500 contributors and now we’re making these ideas easier than ever to access.

We’ve recently launched a new search system and an extensive archive for subscribers.

A look at our new archive.

We’re also in the process of converting all our existing digital issues into the ePUB format (issues will be available in both PDF and ePUB) to make them accessible on more platforms.

Consider getting a subscription today starting at just $1 for an entire year, and please share this post with a friend. Offer only applies to first-time subscribers (no renewals), but existing supporters should buy a loved one a gift sub!

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We’re committed to keeping the vast majority of our material free from paywalls, available for everyone. But we need your help to do so.

Thanks, and we hope you make it out to the streets today.