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We invite submissions of news and news analysis articles; opinion and commentary pieces; photographs and videos; book, film, theater, and music reviews.

News or news analysis articles are typically 1,000-1,800 words, while op-eds and reviews are 800-1,200 words. Photo or video submissions should include a description of their content and can be sent in conjunction with article submissions. All submissions should be sent to the Editors at stories@peoplesworld.org. Potential contributors are strongly encouraged to contact the Editors with a query or proposal for an article, rather than with a finished manuscript.

New and prospective writers should read A Guide to Writing for People’s World.

All contributors should refer to the People’s World Style Guide to ensure the proper formatting of their drafts before submission.

Those looking to contribute photographs should consult: Submitting Photos to People’s World: Basic Guidelines.

People’s World reserves the right to edit and/or reject submissions for length, factual and grammatical accuracy, clarity, and appropriateness of subject matter. We do not publish material that is defamatory or disparages any person or group on account of race, ethnic or national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or health status, religious affiliation, or age.

Opinion articles and other commentary pieces published in People’s World reflect the views of their authors. Only Editorials express the institutional voice and opinion of People’s World.

Submissions should be sent to our Editorial Office at stories@peoplesworld.org.

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Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. Original articles may be freely reposted and reprinted, provided the author and People’s World are credited. Please include our web address, www.PeoplesWorld.org.

Archives For Researchers and Students

Back issues and individual articles from our print editions from 1924 to 2010 are available from Proquest.

The Tamiment Library at New York University is host to the photo collection of the Daily Worker, Daily World, People’s Weekly World, and other predecessor publications of People’s World.

Archives of the Western Worker and West Coast-based People’s World newspapers are located at the Labor Archives and Research Center at the J. Paul Leonard Library, San Francisco State University.

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