In Melbourne, refugee rights activists being harassed by local authorities need to be defended, particularly by the union movement.
El abuso de migrantes y prisioneros nos recuerda la horrible época de la eugenesia
En septiembre de 2020, Dawn Wooten, una antigua enfermera negra del Centro de Detención del Servicio de Control de Inmigración y Aduanas (ICE, por sus siglas en inglés) en el… Read more »
Forced sterilization of women: abuse of migrants recalls ugly eugenics era
An exposé of a criminal history, a salute to the leadership of women of color in the fightback, and radical demands for resistance.
Quick action needed – sign Radical Women’s letter protesting sterilizations in immigrant detention centers
Stand in solidarity with all the people in Irwin Detention Center and whistleblower Dawn Wooten.
Packinghouse workers striking for their lives
An eyewitness column about Yakima Valley workers, led mostly by women, who fought six companies, state agencies and the virus – and won.
Wildcat Strikes Sweep Washington’s Fruit Packing Industry as Workers Seek Safety Against Covid-19
On May 7, fruit packers at Allan Brothers walked off the job to protest conditions made deadly by the pandemic.
Low-wage workers rebel against abuse
Essential and angry! Overwhelmed workers, most of them underpaid women, immigrants and people of color, are bringing unions and communities together in protest.
Farmworkers in daily peril
Trump wants to cut the already low wages of immigrants in the U.S. as “guest workers,” after bailing out their agribusiness bosses with a $16 billion stimulus.
First Nations, immigrants, and refugees fight for survival
As elsewhere, Covid-19 is ravaging the people of Australia unequally, and some are even being jailed for protesting on behalf of trapped prisoners.
Moz, a refugee detained in Melbourne, speaks out!
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.