Protest the plans of the University of Iowa to close its Labor Center, a 67-year-old bastion of education and research about the workers’ movement.
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A glance at how some workers and their unions are faring in the class struggle, from South Carolina to China and Iran.
The Janus and Murphy Oil rulings threaten more than a century of hard-fought gains. The only recourse is militant action including strikes.
Financed by “Dark Money,” this group cares not about freedom, but about busting unions and legitimizing an unregulated corporate agenda.
The labor movement is now in a fight for its life, and workers who are the lowest paid and most discriminated against are the ones with the motivation and power to save it.
A ruling in favor of forced arbitration slashes at the ability of employees to bring class action suits.
An on-the-ground report on workers itching for a fight.
A glance at how some workers and their unions are faring in the class struggle. Sweeping strikes in France … First fast-food union forms in U.S. … Post-doctoral researchers organize.
Privatization of the VA bad news for veterans and federal workers
More than 53,000 union workers in the University of California were on strike from May 7-9 in the biggest labor action in UC’s history. Led by AFSCME 3299, the California Nurses Association and University and Technical Employees (UPTE-CWA) joined the line in sympathy strikes against the state’s largest employer. UC wants to implement a third… Read more »