From SAG-AFTRA to local unions like the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the industry of media is facing a reckoning. And workers are proving that they’ll hold the line as long as it takes.
If the US deploys depleted uranium shells to Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin has threatened to retaliate with DU rounds.
As the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes continue in Los Angeles, film and television workers are finding support from fellow workers, from hotel employees to the Teamsters.
‘The art of Blackstorytelling must not, cannot, die,’ says Janice Curtis Greene.
“Corporations and politicians, they know they’ll face less resistance if they target harm to fall predominantly on communities of color, particularly Black, Indigenous, immigrant folks.”
An international panel of labor activists discusses what support for Ukraine’s workers should look like.
For Holdsclaw, the true challenge of a successful pro athlete career wasn’t the physical toll, but battling depression while in the public eye.
Justin Hansford of Howard University’s Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Center explains why the contemporary Black liberation movement needs to emphasize political education.
The indictments “send a chilling message that any dissent to Cop City will be punished with the full power and violence of the government.”
“We have an abundance of clean, renewable energy,” said one African activist. “But to unlock it, Africa needs funding from countries that have got rich off our suffering.”