We asked teachers and other workers from our sister sites in Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico to show their solidarity with the Minneapolis teachers and other education workers who are on strike. Education workers in Minneapolis are striking for increased wages, smaller class sizes, mental health support for students, and support and retention of BIPOC teachers. A central demand is increased wages for Educational Support Professionals (ESPs) — who are mostly people of color and earn $24,000/year. But, as workers the workers and activists who’ve sent their solidarity show us, the working class is truly one and without borders. Check out their messages of solidarity below!