Oakland plumber and mother recounts the trials and tribulations of keeping it all together during Covid-19.
Pro basketball players proved that, when united against systemic racism, they are stronger than the big-money league owners.
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 »
In Australia, a call to disaffiliate the Victorian Police Association from the state Trades Hall Council, backed by Aboriginal and refugee movements, is gaining steam.
The severity of the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia keeps gaining momentum, and many outbreaks are linked to workplaces across the country.
From Portside.org, another sign of labor’s resurgence.
MEChA activist Christina López gave up on politics during Clinton’s presidency. But after getting involved with FSP and RW, she “finally understood why the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.”
Reopen or not? With fans or not? Owners care about the money. Players and their unions care about their health and about fighting racism.
An eyewitness column about Yakima Valley workers, led mostly by women, who fought six companies, state agencies and the virus – and won.