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Rhode Island activists demand local job funding

Providence, Rhode Island Oct. 19 — “Organize! Mobilize! Fightback!” The sound of the tenor drumbeat reverberated up the sweeping staircase…

November 7, 2022

French workers resist increasing exploitation

France is in turmoil: Gasoline shortages affect more than 60% of households; inflation is increasing; oil company profits are off…

October 21, 2022

Together we rise, together we will win!

This statement was issued by Tsukuru Fors (he/they), Lead Organizer of the Oct 1st National Day of Action to End…

October 5, 2022

WAAR Workers Assembly celebrates dynamic victories and challenges

New York City What was originally planned in New York City as an Oct. 1 Union Square protest — supporting…

October 4, 2022

Workers Assembly Against Racism: in solidarity with trans lives

This statement was delivered by WAAR during Oct. 1 strategy meeting. Workers Assembly Against Racism (WAAR) affirms its solidarity with…

October 3, 2022

An indictment of modern capitalism – a WW editorial

Just imagine if the Joe Biden administration and Congress had agreed to spend $54 billion to advance health care in…

September 8, 2022

On the Picket Line

Railroad Workers United rejects tentative agreement   The Presidential Emergency Board (PEB) released recommendations Aug. 16 on contract negotiations between…

September 8, 2022

Boston Starbucks Workers United strikes against unfair labor practices

Boston Striking members of Boston Starbucks Workers United made U.S. labor history this week, shutting down their store at 874…

July 25, 2022

‘The future is in the people, and the people can’t wait’

These edited remarks were made at the July 3 Free Mumia rally in Philadelphia.  I owe my start in political…

July 8, 2022

Wide spectrum of class struggles at Labor Notes conference

Chicago The 2022 Labor Notes conference, sponsored by the magazine of the same name, brought 4,000 worker-activists to Chicago June…

June 26, 2022