As elsewhere, decent pay and working conditions in Australia have always come from workers exercising collective power. This right must be upheld!
Interview with a striking UCLA academic worker
What are the issues in the UCLA academic workers’ walkout? Hear it firsthand from one of the strikers, interviewed by Yolanda Alaniz.
Teamsters Women’s Conference: a first-hand account of unionists on the move
Reporting on and celebrating the everyday organizers who are the backbone of the labor movement.
Fed-up railroad workers ready to strike
Safety issues are just one reason workers from a dozen railroad unions have threatened to shut down the freight lines.
Labor fightback news
Fired tortilla chip makers in Chicago demand jobs back; rising costs fuel a teacher strike in North Macedonia; young mechanics organize in Portland, Oregon.
An election season appeal to workers: Vote socialist, boot out Morrison and build our unions for a fightback
Workers flexing our combined muscle is how we’ll win decent wages, job security and so much more.
Starbucks unionizing heats up
Ramped-up organizing in the “world’s biggest coffeehouse chain” has exposed its vicious union-busting history.
Fed-up US workers in motion
Strikes and organizing drives challenge workplace balance of power.
Los trabajadores de EE.UU. en movimiento
En todo Estados Unidos, intrépidos huelguistas se han enfrentado a sus jefes, afectando a una gama más amplia de industrias que en décadas pasadas.
Labor’s Giant Step
The explosive history of the CIO (Congress of Industrial Organizations), whose innovative techniques and organizing concepts shook the power structure to its core.