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.
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.
Watch Chicana socialist feminist Yolanda Alaniz read her striking poem about the workers most at risk from Covid-19.
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).
Seattle-area labor council expels police union — an opening salvo in reviving a fighting labor movement
Organized Workers for Labor Solidarity in Seattle reports on how the Martin Luther King County Labor Council became the first AFL-CIO body to expel a police union from its ranks.
Support Metro transit workers and other King County employees in demanding an end to racism and bigotry on the job site! Please sign and share their petition.
En todo el mundo, el imperialismo estadounidense toca su clarín para proclamar que es el máximo representante de una sociedad democrática bendecida por el estado de derecho, la libertad de expresión y las oportunidades económicas. Es difícil saber cuántas personas todavía creen esto, ciertamente no aquellos que han sufrido bajo las ocupaciones e invasiones militares… Read more »