The first U.S. union at Amazon is on the horizon as workers nationally organize against racism and pandemic-related abuses, defying corporate retaliation.
A multi-racial group of transit workers is heating up its campaign against blatant racism on the job.
The rousing impromptu speech by unionist Steve Hoffman at a solidarity rally of staff, academic workers and students denouncing budget cuts and layoffs at Seattle’s community colleges.
WFSE Local 304 steps up to the plate with a call for mass mobilizations to counter any bid by Trump to steal the election and stop attacks by white supremacists and far-right thugs.
Does the reality live up to the hype?
Luchando como uno solo: Plan de acción radical para vencer al racismo y a los ataques contra los trabajadores
Probablemente sea acertado afirmar que hoy día en los EE. UU. todos reconocen que estamos acosados por múltiples crisis, independientemente de lo que piensen sobre sus causas y soluciones. Para los negros y otras personas de color, estas son crisis ineludibles, directas y personales. La mayoría de las personas de color son de clase trabajadora,… Read more »
Why federal bailouts for airlines and cruise lines, but not for the postal service? Perhaps the strongly unionized, multiracial nature of its workforce figures into the answer.
First-hand account of how and why rank-and-file unionists kicked the Seattle police guild out of the Martin Luther King County Labor council.
A tribute to a multiracial shutdown of the Port of Oakland on Juneteenth, organized by a labor and community coalition led by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU).
Take five minutes to call these companies and urge them to negotiate with their workers and not retaliate against them for striking!