“Unfortunately, most have no idea what to do. With no union, very few are open to taking action because they are not protected against retaliation.”
Nga Bui from the Freedom Socialist newspaper talks with NYC labor activist Elias Holtz about current organizing by nurses and other hospital workers in response to COVID-19.
30 hours work for 40 hours pay and a broad program of public works
Moz, along with more than 45 other men, is detained in a cramped hotel in the Melbourne suburb of Preston without the ability to physically distance.
La pandemia del COVID-19 ha dejado al capitalismo al desnudo profundizando la crisis de la economía global a niveles catastróficos. Pero depende de la lucha de clases qué situación política se impondrá al final de esta crisis. Al momento de escribir estas líneas, a cuatro meses de iniciado el brote de coronavirus en China, la… Read more »
To defend workers and the oppressed facing the pandemic, the Committee for Revolutionary International Regroupment calls for solidarity and the coordination of struggles.
It’s crucial to understand why catastrophes are causing such devastation — and to focus on solutions.
As if the health crisis itself was not bad enough, the powers-that-be will use it to advance privatization goals and an anti-working-class agenda.
A rational analysis from Washington state, first center of the crisis in the U.S., with concrete proposals for relief that working people can demand and organize for.