The Majority of Polling Places are Inaccessible. A Disabled Voter Bill of Rights Could Change That.
We are seeing a concerted effort to push disabled voters like me out of the democratic process across the South—and we have to fight back.
How the Government Can Help Build Industrial Unions
Money. For organizing. Give it to us.
“La lucha es global”: Trabajadores tras el mundo están en solidaridad con los trabajadores automotrices en huelga
Desde Brasil y México a Sudáfrica y Malasia, la solidaridad laboral internacional está reforzando la lucha de la UAW.
It Shouldn’t Be a Big Deal That Biden Joined Striking Workers on the Picket Line—But It Is
“The most union-friendly president in U.S. history” may be a low bar, but Biden took another step toward clearing it by standing with Michigan autoworkers out on strike.
“This Fight Is Global”: Workers Around the World Are Standing With Striking U.S. Autoworkers
From Brazil and Mexico to South Africa and Malaysia, international labor solidarity is aiding the UAW’s fight to reverse the global race to the bottom.
Record Profits, Paltry Contracts Fire Up Chicago-Area Autoworkers to Strike
"It's not fair that [CEOs are] bringing home these millions of dollars and have so many summer homes ... and we're living paycheck to paycheck."
Wisconsin Autoworkers Are Bundling Firewood for a Winter Picket Line
Called out on strike on Friday, GM workers in Hudson, Wis., are ready for the long haul.
Autoworkers—And All of Us—Deserve a Much Shorter Workweek
A 20-hour workweek is ours for the taking.
The Autoworkers Strike Just Spread to Facilities Across the Country
On Friday, the walk out by UAW members expanded to 38 parts depots across 20 states.
Luis Feliz Leon and Lisa Xu
5 Things Unions Can Do To Defend Transgender Workers
Trans rights are workers’ rights.
Amy Livingston and Sarah Lazare
The Wave of Organizers Running for Office
Increasing numbers of organizers like Brandon Johnson are running for elected office. What does it mean for our movements?
South Korea Declared War on Unions. Workers Are Fighting Back.
In the face of widespread repression, South Korean workers are rising up for fair pay and labor protections.
Construction Companies Are Exploiting Agricultural Visas to Underpay Workers. The Supreme Court Could Change That.
By bringing in H-2A visa workers to construct hog confinement facilities, companies can dodge overtime pay and undercut local construction workers. One company has asked the Supreme Court to weigh in.
Sky Chadde and Ryan Murphy
In Missouri, Autoworkers Are Fighting for the Future of the Industry
GM workers, out on their second strike in four years, are done with concessions.
UAW President Shawn Fain Sets Noon Friday Deadline for Companies to Meet Demands
Transcript: In a live speech Monday, Fain called on autoworkers to be ready to join the strike if they have to.
Workers in the South Aren’t Letting Anti-Labor Laws Stop Them From Organizing
From a recent work action in Durham, North Carolina to union drives at REI and academic institutions, workers are taking important steps to organize the South.
Edward Said: “The Idea of Palestine Hounds Zionists”
In September of 1982, Edward Said analyzed the Zionist invasion of Lebanon, calling for justice for Palestinians. Days later, the right wing Lebanese Phalangist militia, accompanied by Israel, embarked on a brutal massacre at the Shatila refugee camp.
The Big 3 Want You To Think Striking Workers and the Climate Are at Odds. They’re Not.
Mainstream media coverage of the UAW strike has implied that workers’ demands stand in conflict with achieving climate goals. That’s BS.