El Día de San Valentín, un grupo de decididos empleados de la ciudad y sus partidarios desafiaron los vientos helados y la lluvia con un “Grito de Justicia y Rosas” frente al Ayuntamiento de Seattle. Organizado por el grupo de bases, Seattle Silence Breakers (los Rompedores del Silencio) (SSB, según sus siglas en inglés), el… Read more »
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Silence Breakers take on city management over workplace abuse and discrimination.
The right wing itself isn’t the only challenge involved.
City workers’ fight against sexual abuse gains media coverage and traction.
FSP’s sister organization condemns the killing of Barin Kobani and the mutilation of her body.
Radical Women takes march organizers to task for bureaucratic, hostile, and disrespectful actions by Crowd Management Services, Inc.
On Valentine’s Day, show your love for an end to abuse in the workplace and beyond!
December 5, 1999 — news from Miami: Elián González Brotóns, a young shipwreck survivor from Cuba, blew out the candles of his birthday cake. He had just turned six. With his mother, the “little Cuban refugee” had set out for the Land of the Free. She drowned. Elián was saved by the U.S. Coast Guard… Read more »
The patriarchal nuclear family may have disappeared from most households, but it’s alive and kicking in Victoria’s fertility laws. In August last year, a lesbian police officer was charged with using an in vitro fertility (IVF) treatment. According to the Victorian Infertility Treatment Act (ITA), only married or heterosexual defacto couples can legally access IVF… Read more »
Going to Cuba, as I did in 1997, is absolutely eye-opening. One day I was packaging bread for Buttercup; the next, I was landing at Havana’s international airport where murals said: “We believe in the Revolution. We believe in Socialism.” Stepping from Howard’s Australia into a workers’ state is a breathtaking experience. I was among… Read more »