Category: Labor Activism

Nadine Bloch: 100 years later: 5 timeless lessons from Joe Hill

As a songwriter, poet, public speaker and organizer, Hill was a cultural worker who knew the power of harnessing creativity

Cal Winslow: When Workers Fight

The National Union of Healthcare Workers Wins Battle with Kaiser

Ashley Smith: The Austerity Backlash

The Liberal government in Quebec’s attempt to impose austerity has instead galvanized thousands against it

Pete Dolack: Québec Fights Back Against Austerity

A series of rolling strikes by public-sector employees and students throughout 2015 appear to be headed toward a provincial general strike in December

Rand Wilson: Will Labor Back Bernie?

The movement for labor to endorse Bernie Sanders is part of an effort to bring political decision-making back to the rank-and-file

Houcine Abassi: Strong unions strengthen democracies and deliver peace

Giving working people a say is the best path toward a more equal and just world

Paul Street: The Wages of Whiteness is Early Death

One key task for a responsible Left today is to open up a solidarity with fellow workers and poor of all races and ethnicities in rejection of capitalist divide-and-rule

Ashley Smith: Quebec’s strike wave rolls toward a showdown

A new round of public-sector strikes begins in Montreal

Carl Finamore: Fight for $15 – Labor’s Big Bang or Not

Will AFL-CIO Jump In?

Dave Jamieson: Fast Food Strikes Hit Cities Throughout The Country

The campaign says workers earning less than $15 per hour are “a voting bloc that can no longer be ignored”

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