With record numbers of workers voluntarily quitting their jobs and strikes cropping up around the country, something significant is happening with the US workforce. How can organizers capitalize on this moment and help turn it into a movement?
It seems that the profits of the US military-industrial complex have been put ahead of security, and the relationship between Abu Dhabi and Washington has only grown stronger.
A 60,000-person strike that would have shut down the film and television industry nationwide was averted this weekend when IATSE reached a tentative agreement with the studios. But contract ratification by the union’s members is far from guaranteed.
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