November 2023 Volume 47, Issue 9
Before Shawn Fain, There Was Jerry TuckerIn These Times Editors
Striking Autoworkers Remember Broken Promises Alice Herman
Don't Fall for the Horse Race. Organize.Alex Han
The New Cold War in the Arctic Adam Federman
Striking a Chord for Change: The Poor People’s Campaign for Revolution Natascha Elena Uhlmann
Big Idea: Tenant UnionDayton Martindale
Striking a Chord for Change: The Poor People’s Campaign for Revolution
In an effort to record their first album of movement songs, the New York State chapter of the Poor People’s Campaign is tapping into an old organizing tradition with hopes of inspiring change.
Natascha Elena Uhlmann
In Small Town Appalachia, Locals Battle a Weapons-Grade Uranium Plant
The company Nuclear Fuel Services wants to process weapons-grade uranium for the U.S. government at a facility in Erwin, Tennessee. Some locals aren’t having it.
“Prison Itself Is Censorship”: Mariame Kaba on the Freedom to Read
52 years after the Attica uprising, a new exhibit closing this week by the author of “We Do This ’Til We Free Us” explores carceral book bans.
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.
If Democrats Want to Win Elections, They Should Bring Back the Covid Welfare State
By many measures, Bidenomics is working great—but most Americans are still down on the economy. That’s in large part because the U.S. government let its temporarily generous social safety net unravel.