Mass Action Will Protect and Expand Our Abortion Rights, Not Politicians and PACs
In 2004, more than a million people protested Bush-era abortion policies in a march on Washington DC. Where are the organizers of the March for Women’s Lives seventeen years later as we face the biggest threat to abortion rights since the passage of Roe v. Wade?
Cal BerryJanuary 22, 2022
CDC Sides with Bosses Against Workers, Shortens Quarantine Time
CDC recommends shorter isolation times for people with COVID-19 despite increase in cases.
Cal BerryDecember 28, 2021
Blueprint for a Strike in the Entertainment Industry: Lessons from the 2007 WGA Strike
On this day in 2007, 12,000 screenwriters began a strike that lasted 100 days — halting production on several TV shows, forcing the cancellation of the Golden Globes ceremony, and costing the studios an estimated $2.1 billion in lost revenue. How the union waged that strike has important lessons for today’s IATSE struggle.
Cal BerryNovember 5, 2021