Summer Smith at Wells Fargo protest for workers’ rights, Salt Lake City, Jan. 1, 2020. (Photo Credit: Facebook/Victoria Sethunya)

Workers World Party mourns the tragic loss of Summer Smith, a founding member of the Salt Lake City, Utah, branch of WWP, who died from a long, heroic battle with cancer on Aug. 10. She was 41 years old. Summer was a single mother, a teacher and union activist.

An obituary in tribute to Summer Smith will appear in a future WW. Rest in power, Comrade Summer.  

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