An in-depth analysis of the crisis of racial justice and the fight for Black lives today in a country ravaged by pandemic and economic freefall.
How we won the fight to expel the police guild from our labor council – A Seattle delegate’s firsthand report
On June 17 the mass passion for racial justice leapt from the streets right into the Zoom meeting of the Martin Luther King Jr. County Labor Council (MLK Labor) in Seattle.
These two speeches were made at a June 17 rally called to support expelling the Seattle Police Officers Guild (SPOG) from the Martin Luther King County Labor Council.
A roundup of media coverage of the safety fight by essential San Francisco Water Department employees fighting for better safety conditions on the job.
The Morrison government is determined to bring militant unions to heel — carrot or stick, either weapon will do.
Take five minutes to call these companies and urge them to negotiate with their workers and not retaliate against them for striking!
On May 7, fruit packers at Allan Brothers walked off the job to protest conditions made deadly by the pandemic.
Seattle-based Organized Workers for Labor Solidarity organizes a car caravan to demand justice and safety for bus drivers, grocery employees, and other frontline workers.
Essential and angry! Overwhelmed workers, most of them underpaid women, immigrants and people of color, are bringing unions and communities together in protest.
Trump wants to cut the already low wages of immigrants in the U.S. as “guest workers,” after bailing out their agribusiness bosses with a $16 billion stimulus.