U.S. labor flexes its collective power with major strikes by Chicago teachers and GM auto workers.
Like today, class struggle was breaking out around the world five decades ago. What can we learn?
What’s needed is genuine collective trade union democracy.
Corporate-serving governments across the world understand the potential power of environmentalists, unions and First Nations linking arms.
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Solidarity greetings from the Freedom Socialist Party to the strikers who drew a line in the sand to demand a better future.
Take solidarity photos of yourself and your co-workers wearing red and post to social media with #PutItInWriting.
FSP is with you in this important battle to provide quality education, an end to racial disparities in the schools, and fair compensation and good working conditions for faculty and staff.
Proposals that are gimmicks aren’t the answer.
These right wing honchos subvert the purposes of the Department of Labor.