Category: Labor Movement

Marchers in Neuquen, Argentina carry a banner that demands the Zanon factory under worker control.

Zanon Factory in Argentina: 20 Years Under Workers’ Control

Today is the 20th anniversary of the occupation of Cerámica Zanon, in Neuquén, Argentina. It led to an unprecedented experience with workers’ management. In a world sinking under the weight of capitalism, Zanon continues to resist — and is a symbol for the working class.

A line of cops wearing riot gear

Temple University’s Rank-and-File Talk “Cops out of Unions”

Cops aren’t workers — they’re weapons of the ruling class to attack workers and the oppressed. Despite what many of our union leaders say, building real union power means kicking cops out of our unions, and mobilizing from the bottom up to link our unions to a wider, class-wide struggle against the ruling class.

Call For Submissions: Teaching Under the Delta Variant

Schools and universities across the United States have reopened for the fall for the second time in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. We are asking for submissions from education workers and students on what this dangerous and ill-conceived reopening means to them. Send us your stories and testimonials at [email protected]

Three hands hold up picket signs that have the New York Times front page on them.

New York Times Tech Guild Walks Out, Into an Historic Fight

The workers of the New York Times Tech Guild are fighting their bosses’ attempts to divide their bargaining unit. The future of organizing in the tech industry is dependent on what happens here in the next few months.

Marchers in Neuquen, Argentina carry a banner that demands the Zanon factory under worker control.

Zanon Factory in Argentina: 20 Years Under Workers’ Control

Today is the 20th anniversary of the occupation of Cerámica Zanon, in Neuquén, Argentina. It led to an unprecedented experience with workers’ management. In a world sinking under the weight of capitalism, Zanon continues to resist — and is a symbol for the working class.

A line of cops wearing riot gear

Temple University’s Rank-and-File Talk “Cops out of Unions”

Cops aren’t workers — they’re weapons of the ruling class to attack workers and the oppressed. Despite what many of our union leaders say, building real union power means kicking cops out of our unions, and mobilizing from the bottom up to link our unions to a wider, class-wide struggle against the ruling class.

Call For Submissions: Teaching Under the Delta Variant

Schools and universities across the United States have reopened for the fall for the second time in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. We are asking for submissions from education workers and students on what this dangerous and ill-conceived reopening means to them. Send us your stories and testimonials at [email protected]

Three hands hold up picket signs that have the New York Times front page on them.

New York Times Tech Guild Walks Out, Into an Historic Fight

The workers of the New York Times Tech Guild are fighting their bosses’ attempts to divide their bargaining unit. The future of organizing in the tech industry is dependent on what happens here in the next few months.