Socialist feminist María Álvarez of Buenos Aires discusses the role of the U.S. and IMF in Argentina’s hyperinflation and social unrest.
Interview with a striking UCLA academic worker
What are the issues in the UCLA academic workers’ walkout? Hear it firsthand from one of the strikers, interviewed by Yolanda Alaniz.
Fed-up railroad workers ready to strike
Safety issues are just one reason workers from a dozen railroad unions have threatened to shut down the freight lines.
The rich getting richer off workers and the poor: Something has to give
“As the crisis and its source come into sharp focus, so does the solution.”
Wage woes in the USA
This graphic shows how low the minimum wage is in many states of the USA.
Four thousand gather at diverse, youthful Labor Notes Conference 2022
The energetic gathering in Chicago highlighted global solidarity, undoing racism, LGBTQ+ struggles and new young labor leadership. Needed: a stronger dose of feminism.
Hot war, Cold War, and irrepressible revolution
Like today, the 1940s and ’50s were years of dynamic change during which the oppressed and exploited fought against the odds for justice.
Labor fightback news
Fired tortilla chip makers in Chicago demand jobs back; rising costs fuel a teacher strike in North Macedonia; young mechanics organize in Portland, Oregon.
An election season appeal to workers: Vote socialist, boot out Morrison and build our unions for a fightback
Workers flexing our combined muscle is how we’ll win decent wages, job security and so much more.
Starbucks unionizing heats up
Ramped-up organizing in the “world’s biggest coffeehouse chain” has exposed its vicious union-busting history.