Guest Posts

Florida’s “Anti-Riot” Bill Becomes Law

Florida has a new law, the so-called “Anti-Riot Bill,” targeting Black Lives Matter and other protesters. It criminalizes free speech and subjects those arrested and convicted to significant jail time.

Lessons of the 1934 Textile Strike: Their Relevance for Today

In the 1930s, hundreds of thousands of U.S. textile workers took advantage of new legislation and joined unions in an industry that had been facing economic hardship even before the Great Depression. Exploitative working conditions in the South led to one of the largest labor strikes in U.S. history — one that suffered a bitter defeat. The story and its lessons deserve to be told.

NYU Graduate Workers Are Ready to Strike

After months of negotiations, graduate student workers at New York University are ready to fight for a living wage and a safer, police-free campus.

Virginia Cops Threatened Black Soldier: Cover-Up Exposed

Two cops aimed their guns at a Black U.S. Army medic in a traffic stop over his license plate, then assaulted him. For four months, they were protected. Can officials be trusted to “investigate” police racism?