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Jane McAlevey: Chicago’s Teachers Are Making History. Again.

Rank-and-file workers are finally taking back their unions, and strikes are spreading across the country as a result

Jane McAlevey: Why strikes are the only way out of our current crisis

As teachers across the United States have shown recently, mass strikes are the key to winning progressive victories in the Trump era

Jane McAlevey: Los Angeles Educators Vote To Strike

Teachers and education workers in Los Angeles, the second largest school district in the country (after New York), voted 98 percent to 2 percent to authorize their first strike in nearly 30 years

Jane McAlevey: Rethinking Organizing Strategies

In the Age of Trump and “Janus v. AFSCME,” Labor Must Rethink Its Organizing Strategies

Jane McAlevey: You Don’t Have to Walk In Alone

when women have a union, and if the issue is abuse of some kind on the continuum of sexual harassment, whether that’s—by the way—disparate pay going on in the workplace, or whether its actual sexual harassment, you don’t have to walk in alone.

Jane McAlevey: What #MeToo Can Teach Labor Movement

It’s going to take a massive expansion of unions again before we can translate #MeToo into a demand that raises all workers’ expectations that this country can be a far more equal society

Jane McAlevey: Having the Hard Conversations

Fight for 15, labor’s crisis of strategy, and the difference between organizing and mobilizing

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