Enjoy highlights of Melbourne’s High Voltage Women book launch, held at the Electrical Trades Union.
A brief video documentary showing the true grit of the first electrical tradeswomen at Seattle City Light.
An émigré to Seattle from the right-to-work state of Idaho recounts how the 2016 election “shattered my apathy.”
Rank-and-file leads the way in Connecticut.
This world champion, vastly popular squad of athletes is winning victories against astonishing sexist discrimination, and stirring others to do likewise.
U.S. returns to the “big stick” in Venezuela; in Mexico, maquila strikers spread demands for union democracy.
Wins, losses, and ongoing struggles for janitors, garment workers, and supermarket employees from Jordan to the U.S. South and North.
No Dia Internacional da Mulher, 28 membros da esquadra processaram a Federação de Futebol dos Estados Unidos (USSF) por discriminação sexual.
Eisenberg, a Resident Scholar at the Women’s Studies Research Center at Brandeis University, praises the book’s “rich accomplishments.”
A discussion of how the government’s “take it or leave it” attitude toward contract negotiations is affecting Australia’s public service workers.