A glance at how some workers and their unions are faring in the class struggle in Bagladesh, Zimbabwe, and France.
Amy Gray-Schlink, now the only woman plumber at the San Francisco Water Department, tells how and why she and cohorts fought for and won safety measures by forming Strength in Numbers, an organization properly named SIN.
U.S. labor flexes its collective power with major strikes by Chicago teachers and GM auto workers.
Solidarity greetings from the Freedom Socialist Party to the strikers who drew a line in the sand to demand a better future.
These right wing honchos subvert the purposes of the Department of Labor.
Unpaid for coal they produced, they’re blockading company trains.
Port worker unions in France and Italy recently protested and struck, keeping Saudi ships from being loaded with weapons bound for attacks on Yemen.
App-based gig workers organizing against wage theft and unreasonable firings are attracting public support.
The Chinese government targets union drive at Jasic factory.
The resistance movement needs all the international support that workers, feminists and radicals can give them.