Posts Tagged: u.s. working class

20,000 teachers gather in Indianapolis, shut down schools across Indiana in second Red for Ed Day

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Teachers have been increasingly targeted by state lawmakers.

Amazon interferes in Seattle election, is rebuked by results

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No amount of corporate money can keep us down forever.

‘Millennials’ vs. ‘boomers’: the making of a non-issue

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Baby boomers, the generation born roughly between 1946 and 1964, are sometimes stereotyped in trendy hipster political discourse as having backward an...

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.

The 7th Black Martyrs’ Tour: LA Rebellion

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This article was written in the midst of the 40th annual commemoration of Black August.

Women’s Equality Day speak-out and march in Los Angeles

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On Aug. 25, a coalition of human rights and activist organizations, including the Party for Socialism and Liberation Los Angeles, held a rally and spe...

Los Angeles hospitality workers continue the fight for better wages

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For over eight months, workers at three major Los Angeles hotels have been working without a contract.