The Amazon Labor Union Victory Shows That Jurisdiction Is Dead
No more arguing over territory or industries—we need multi-union coalitions capable of organizing on a national scale.
How the Construction Industry Preys on Workers Newly Released From Prison
They're required to work as a condition of release from prison. Then the construction industry targets them for exploitation.
Katie Jane Fernelius
Rapid Grocery Delivery Service Buyk Accused of Wage Theft by Former Workers
Before the Russian-funded delivery startup collapsed, Buyk sold itself as a way for workers to escape the gig economy. Former workers say it failed to deliver.
50 Years of Class War in Wisconsin
A conversation with veteran educators and organizers Frank Emspak and Adrienne Pagac about the conditions that paved the way for the Wisconsin Uprising.
The New Labor Movement Is Young, Worker-Led and Winning
From Starbucks and Amazon to political campaigns and digital media, workers in historically unorganized occupations are forming unions—and breathing new life into the U.S. labor movement.
Katie Barrows and Ethan Miller
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.
Amazon Workers Decide Not to Form Union at a Second U.S. Facility—But Organizers Pledge to Fight On
One month after making history by organizing the first U.S. Amazon warehouse, workers voted against forming a union at another facility in New York.
Luis Feliz Leon
New York and California Experiment with Giving Workers a Say in Industry Standards
Less than 3 percent of fast food workers and less than 1 percent of nail salon workers are unionized. Workers' councils could give them a seat at the table.
I’m a Black, Queer Woman Working as an Adjunct Professor—And I’m Going on Strike
My story mirrors the lived conditions of Black and brown folks in academia nationwide. It’s time to demand better pay and conditions on the job.
Where Are All the “Pro-Worker” Republicans Now?
While employees at Amazon and Starbucks win historic unionization campaigns, the “populist” wing of the GOP has been noticeably silent.