Foodora couriers in Toronto are facing the same unstable, irregular conditions as other gig economy workers. They’re organizing a union to fight back.
Merge the strikes! Merge the tiers!
We are all for the Green New Deal!
Make Detroit the Arsenal for a Green Economy!
Auto Worker Jessie Kelly talks about the oppression of being a temp worker, how it keeps workers impoverished & works to diminish unions.
Union strikes are growing, as is voter support for unions. In this context, what does Sen. Bernie Sanders’ union platform mean?
Retired UAW Leader Frank Hammer talks about why the workers struck, what it means for the union movement, and what this battle means
In a rare move, hundreds of workers of the Nemak aluminum factory in Windsor, Canada, decided to occupy their factory when it was announced that it would close down soon. Pablo Vivanco reports
After 18 months of bargaining, the Real News Network’s staff union and management signed an agreement with the Communication Workers of America’s Washington-Baltimore NewsGuild!
UAW Member Solidarity will Overcome Corruption in the Leadership – Demand Good Contracts & Worker Justice
Seven years ago, UAW-GM VP Joe Ashton flew to Bogota, Colom- bia (S.A.) to meet with ex-GM workers who had formed an injured workers’ association, ASOTRECOL (pronounced Ah-so-treh-col). They were fired after being injured at work, and were denied work- ers’ comp. They were in the 1st year of their protest, living in a tent encampment across from the U.S. Embassy and were in the 22nd
Kim Kelly talks about writing about labor for glossy magazines, reporting on direct action, how unions should respond to the climate crisis, and why Labor Day is a scam
The Japanese Sumitomo corporation runs one of the world’s largest zinc, copper, and lead mines in Bolivia, where it has been denying workers overtime pay, despite a court order to pay them. We talk to the mine workers’ union president, Henry Cayo