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Labor Movement

United Front and the Fight Against the Union Bureaucracy

The workers’ united front does not mean peaceful coexistence with the union bureaucracy. It warrants knowing when to break with it. The positions achieved by leftists or socialist groupings within unions or shop-floor committees cannot be prioritized over principled fights.

Juan C

September 19, 2016

Egyptian Shipyard Workers’ Defiance Sparks Solidarity Movement

Workers at the Alexandria Shipyard Company have been victimised and dragged before a military court for standing up for their rights at work, but a growing solidarity movement is putting the generals under pressure. Guest writer, Hisham Fouad reports from Egypt.

Hisham Fouad

September 16, 2016

The Workday: An Endless Battle Around Time

Everyday work life is a silent struggle--an ongoing battle for a moment of rest and fun.

Luigi Morris

July 29, 2016

Let’s Get over Sanders and Back into the Streets

Last week, Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton, leaving many of his supporters disappointed. But there is still a way forward: join the protests, organize, fight.

Juan C

July 18, 2016

A Teacher’s Role in the Fight Against Police Brutality

Teachers have the responsibility to fight against racism and police presence in schools.

Tatiana Cozzarelli

July 14, 2016

NO COPS IN OUR UNIONS – Julia Wallace SPEAKS!

NO COPS IN OUR UNIONS – Julia Wallace SPEAKS! – YouTube

Julia Wallace

July 11, 2016

Their Thing was DRUM: Black Power in the Factory

Left Voice speaks with Dan Georgakas, activist, historian and co-author of the classic narrative, ‘Detroit: I Do Mind Dying: A Study in Urban Revolution’, recently released in French. In addition to numerous publications, he has written a memoir called ‘My Detroit, Growing Up Greek and American in Motor City’, on growing up in the ‘60s and in exploration of the city’s complex racial, cultural, and political life.

Dan Georgakas

June 20, 2016

Special Coverage: Revolt in France

The latest on the resistance to the labor reforms in France.

Left Voice

June 17, 2016

Women Workers Picket Avon in Turkey

Discrimination towards women has always had a significant place in AKP's brand of political Islam, yet young female workers are coming to the forefront of class struggle – as is the case with the picket line outside the Avon warehouse in Gebze.

Barış Yıldırım

June 15, 2016