Category: Class

Lawrence Wittner: The Trump Administration’s War on Workers

His appointments to federal positions created to defend workers’ rights provide an indication of his priorities

Michele Prospero: There’s no ‘red scare’

So what is right-wing violence about?

Aaron Glantz: Kept Out

Banks Across U.S. Caught Systematically Rejecting People of Color for Home Loans

Amy Goodman: Uber and Lyft, Driving Drivers into Poverty and Despair

“I hope with the public sacrifice I make now that some attention to the plight of the drivers and the people will be done to save them and it will have not have been in vain.”

Steven Sherman: How Fight for $15 Took Off

A new book explores faith, immigration and worker power

Jeremy Brecher: A New Way to Remember Rosa Parks

Transit equity isn’t just about where you sit on the bus. It’s about whether you can get on a bus at all

Elizabeth Stanfield: Workers’ unlikely victory in Tennessee

The uniqueness of UCW — a union made up of higher education staff, faculty, and graduate students from 18 campuses across the state — helps explain this victory

Vandana Shiva: Seed Freedom and the Future of Farming

In an era of climate change, rejuvenating and regenerating the soil through ecological processes has become a survival imperative for the human species

Michael Arria: Killing More Miners

Trump might not be able to save coal, but he can roll back the industry regulations that existed under Obama, and that’s what his administration has been doing since taking office

Fight For $15: Thousands of workers to fight for higher pay, union rights

Thousands of fast-food cooks and cashiers announced Thursday they will walk off their jobs and protest nationwide Feb. 12 – the 50th anniversary of the historic Memphis sanitation strike

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