Jere­my Gantz is a con­tribut­ing edi­tor at the mag­a­zine. He is the edi­tor of The Age of Inequal­i­ty: Cor­po­rate America’s War on Work­ing Peo­ple (2017, Ver­so), and was the Web/​Associate Edi­tor of In These Times from 2008 to 2012.

Labor
The Largest Private-Sector Strike of the Year Is Headed for Union Victory
After nearly seven weeks on the picket line, Machinists union members will soon vote on a contract that includes everything they’re fighting for.
Labor
House Passes Bill to Dramatically Strengthen the Power of Unions
Feature
Here’s Where the 2020 Candidates Stand on Labor
Democrats have a history of empty promises when it comes to bolstering unions and workers' rights. Who can be trusted in 2020?
Dispatch
Stop & Shop Workers Vote to Ratify Contract—Although Benefits Will Shrink for New Part-Timers
The new 3-year contract with Stop & Shop protects some benefits for current employees, but also contains a two-tiered system.
Labor
Stop & Shop Workers Vote to Ratify Contract—Although Benefits Will Shrink for New Part-Timers
Culture
Europe, A Love Story: Michael Moore’s Latest Film Tries To Sell Social Democracy to America
In 'Where To Invade Next,' Moore marches around Europe with a flag on his shoulder, to dubious effect.
Culture
Let Old Labor Die
With union membership declining, Tom Geoghegan has a radical prescription for labor.
Culture
Colonial State of America
In a new book, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz unearths our bloody origins.
Feature
The James Foley I Knew
A great journalist, a better friend.
Labor
Jazz Musician: ‘I See the Gap Between the Haves and Have-Nots’
The ITT List
Will U.N. Investigation of Sri Lankan War Crimes Finally Bring Peace?
Labor
Secondhand Store Workers Push for First-Rate Treatment
Feature
‘Please Stop Exploiting People’
Forced and child labor are embedded in the 21st-century economy. What's Washington doing about it?
Feature
The International Precariat
Foreign correspondents like James Foley, abducted in Syria, are at the most dangerous edge of the freelance economy.
Feature
Romney’s 9-Point Plan to Annihilate Unions
What Mitt Romney and the GOP would like to do to labor.
Labor
At Utopian Chipotle Festival, Immokalee Workers Protest ‘Food With Integrity’
Labor
The 7-Year Itch: Desperate for Fare Increase, Chicago Cabbies Continue Weekly Strike
Video
Mike Elk on May Day 2012
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May Day Livestream
The ITT List
Oscar-Winning ‘Saving Face’ Director Says Movement Building to Quell Acid Attacks
Video
Josh Eidelson and Dorian Warren on the State of Labor
Video
Fault Lines: Al Jazeera’s History of OWS
Video
Mike Elk on Labor’s Role in 2012 Campaign
Video
Chris Hedges Sues Obama Over NDAA
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Mike Elk on the 75th Anniversary of Flint Sit-Down Strike
Dispatch
Managing Dissent in Chicago
As the G8/NATO summits approach, activists protest restrictive new rules--and prepare for the spotlight.
Video
It’s Viral! Anti-Citizens United Movement Swamps Internet
Video
The Decline of America’s Labor Unions
Feature
Voices From the Occupations
Why occupy? Four protesters from around the U.S. discuss the nation's newest movement.
Video
Goldman Sachs v. Occupy Wall Street
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Occupy Wall St.‘s TV Commercial
Labor
Building on Occupy Wall St., ‘Take Back Chicago’ Protests Keep the Pressure On
Video
OccupyChicago: People Over Profits!
Video
Mike Elk on the Power of Tariffs
Video
Obama Praises Labor Concessions
Video
Greenwald & Hayes on Cheney and Torture
Video
Meet Today’s Help
Video
Billy Bragg’s Murdoch Lament
The ITT List
Can Music Festivals Have a Conscience?
Video
Mike Elk on Blair Mountain’s Symbolism
Video
Conan’s Commencement Wisdom
Video
Deadly cell phones?
Video
Activists Protest DC AIPAC Conference
Video
Sirota: We Must Not Celebrate Violence
Video
Scahill on Osama’s Assassination
Labor
A May Day Message of Solidarity to Imprisoned Iranian Workers
Video
Michigan’s New ‘Emergency Manager’ Law in Action
The ITT List
Free Foley: U.S. Journalist (and ITT Contributor) Captured in Libya Still Incommunicado
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