workers

COVID, capitalism and the far-right threat: Frontline workers speak out

April 2022

By the end of 2021, a far right disguised as a “freedom movement” was on the rise in Australia. The movement preys on people’s fears and their justifiable anger at governments’ pro-business, law-and-order measures, which have caused intolerable misery for workers and marginalised communities.

Starbucks unionizing heats up

April 2022

Ramped-up organizing in the “world’s biggest coffeehouse chain” has exposed its vicious union-busting history.

Los trabajadores de EE.UU. en movimiento

abril de 2022

En todo Estados Unidos, intrépidos huelguistas se han enfrentado a sus jefes, afectando a una gama más amplia de industrias que en décadas pasadas.

Labor’s Giant Step

February 2022

The explosive history of the CIO (Congress of Industrial Organizations), whose innovative techniques and organizing concepts shook the power structure to its core.

Fight to free Peltier heats up

February 2022

Help in the renewed fight to finally free Peltier, Native American leader wrongly convicted for killing two FBI agents during a shoot-out at Pine Ridge Reservation in 1977. Also: carpenter’s strike coverage, and a recent book on the Bolshevik Revolution.