Category: Labor Activism

Dick Meister: Let’s Honor A True American Hero

Cesar Chavez Day should remind us of the continuing need to take forceful legal steps and other action in behalf of farm workers

Geoff Gilbert: Building for long-term progressive revival in Ohio

The OOC seeks to create an environment where people working on different progressive causes can relate to each other on transformational rather than transactional terms

Marina Sitrin: Nac & Pop Sin Patron

It has for sure been a struggle and is all the time, and as I said before, we started from zero, but what we have is a desire to go forward, the will and, so we do

Steve Early: Future Blast Zones?

How Crude-By-Rail Puts U.S. Communities At Risk

Kim Scipes: Strike Back

A Review of Strike Back: Using the Militant Tactics of Labor’s Past to Reignite Public Sector Unionism Today, by Joe Burns

Joe Uehlein: A Climate Protection Guide to Organized Labor

The path to future growth for organized labor lies in its ability to become a central player in the movement to build a sustainable future for the planet and its people

Carl Finamore: United Airlines Tries Scapegoating Pilots for Safety Problems

A memo United Airlines leaked to the February 25 Wall Street Journal was presented as a “brutally honest” rebuke of its pilots, blaming their “lack of attention” to rules and regulations for the airline’s recent safety lapses

Eleni Schirmer: What’s Next After “Right to Work”?

Our task is to learn to “fail better” and build stronger movements in the future

Shamus Cooke: Who’s Scarier: Scott Walker or ‘Jihadi John’?

The 1% despises unions much more than they hate ISIS

Isaiah Poole: Walmart Worker Victory Shows What We Can Win If We Keep Fighting

American workers have just scored a run in the middle innings of a battle for economic justice and dignity

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