Let’s open 2018 like we opened 2017 — with a roar!
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We thank Bay Area labor unions for standing up for city services and dignity on the job.
Fund services, not tax breaks for developers
Ice hockey’s U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) beat their governing body, USA Hockey, in March and took women’s fight for living wages a huge step forward. Long notoriously underpaid, hockey’s women players were expected to keep winning world medals while working for about $1,000 per month, for 6 months, only in Olympic years, and on… Read more »
May 2017 — Autoworkers fight for contract. Seventy percent of Volkswagen-Chattanooga workers in Tennessee voted to join United Auto Workers over a year ago. Yet the automaker still defies U.S. government orders to negotiate a contract. Unionists from seven other countries visited to show support for Local 42’s anger at unsafe working conditions, constant shift… Read more »
AUTOMATION Question on the future I read with great interest Muffy Sunde’s succinct and informative piece “Rise of the robots: Disappearing jobs” [Vol. 38, No. 2]. I’m glad to see the Freedom Socialist tackling the subject of automation, as it’s one that has intrigued and troubled me for some time. One related question that I’d… Read more »
A glance at how some workers and their unions are faring in the class struggle.
Organized Workers for Labor Solidarity (OWLS) takes on the misnamed Freedom Foundation.
A sea change in the global workplace.
Life and times of the legendary labor leader, assassinated 100 years ago.