Kim Kelly is an independent labor journlist and author of Fight Like Hell: The Untold History of American Labor. Asbestos killed her grandfather, a former steelworker, and she hopes to help prevent others from losing their own loved ones to occupational disease.
There Is Power in a Pantry
Meet the women who nourished the longest strike in Alabama’s history.
Abortion Rights Are Workers' Rights
The Supreme Court's striking down of reproductive freedom is an attack on workers everywhere. The labor movement should treat it that way—by taking urgent action.
“The Amazon Workers in Bessemer Would Already Have Their Union If We Had the PRO Act”
What the union loss at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama means for the future of organizing in the Biden era.
Kim Kelly and Shaun Richman
The Violent Story of American Whiteness
Three writers dive into the depths of white supremacy in America, from alt-right dating sites to the neo-Nazi movement to protect Confederate monuments.