Posts Tagged: labor

Chicago teachers prepare to strike

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The unions are ready to fight, and when we fight, we win!

Southern worker strikes show the power of solidarity

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Through the courage shown by teachers, auto and telecom workers, the South is beginning to realize once again the power workers can have in unions.

Dock workers call for action against billionaire’s plan to uproot Black community

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Major League Baseball's Oakland A’s plan to build a 34,000 seat stadium and 4,000 luxury housing units right on top of the Port of Oakland, which is...

No pay, no coal! Kentucky miners’ protest an example for workers everywhere

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A group of miners decided to take action to prevent the removal of the coal they had mined without compensation: “No pay, no coal!”

GM workers hold strong nine days on strike

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The men and women of the United Auto Workers union are prepared to hold out as long as it takes.

50,000 autoworkers stand up to GM’s greed in landmark strike

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One of the United States' wealthiest companies, in a profit-soaked industry, is still doing everything possible to reduce the living standards of thei...

California health-care workers prepare to strike at Kaiser

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On Labor Day, Sept. 2, around 2,200 people, comprised of health-care workers, union organizers, and allies, gathered at Los Angeles City College to de...

San Diego grocery workers demonstrate union power

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On Aug. 30, a picket line of workers assembled at Ralphs on Jamacha Road in San Diego.

Kennewick teachers’ strike shows power of the union in Washington state

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Teachers win gains on important issues including pay and insurance.

20,000 Striking CWA workers force AT&T back to bargaining table

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On August 30, CWA announced that a new tentative 5-year agreement had been struck.