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.
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.
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.
Organized Workers for Labor Solidarity (OWLS) is spearheading an Emergency Motorcade to help essential workers spotlight critical safety demands.
Worker’s-eye View: Pushing to do right by utility contact center employees working to help Seattle residents
In order to provide help to the public, government employees must be protected themselves.
“A utility plumber for the San Francisco Water Department, I am also a single mom of 12-year-old twins. Handling both jobs is a real challenge right now.”
Nga Bui from the Freedom Socialist newspaper talks with NYC labor activist Elias Holtz about current organizing by nurses and other hospital workers in response to COVID-19.
Over the last decade, Boeing has ramped up its war on unions, and this is directly connected to its two deadly crashes.
The longest strike since 1968 is over, but the struggle to keep hard-won benefits is not.
Plumber Amy Gray-Schlink tells the story of fighting for safety measures at the San Francisco Water Department.