Solidarity with Detroit Casino Workers on Strike for First Time in History
Detroit casinos workers have made history by going on strike for the first time ever. The casino workers of Detroit do all the work that makes these incredibly profitable corporations run, and, like all workers, they deserve every penny of that profit and our full solidarity.
Kyle ThibodeauNovember 15, 2023
The UAW Won Big: What Does It Mean for the U.S. Labor Movement?
The UAW strike was not just a victory for auto workers. It was a victory for the entire working class.
James Dennis HoffNovember 12, 2023
The Solution to the Political Crisis Is in the Hands of the Working Class
The dramatic ouster of House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is just the latest iteration of an unfolding and rapidly developing political crisis that has unsettled the traditional parties and opened the door for a whole host of ideological monstrosities. Solving this crisis will require the independent action of the entire working class.
James Dennis HoffOctober 13, 2023
Kaiser Permanente Workers Begin the Largest Healthcare Strike in U.S. History
Workers at Kaiser Permanente, the largest private health care corporation in the United States, have begun the biggest healthcare strike in U.S. history. They're demanding a new contract with inflationary wage increases, increased staffing, an end to casualization and outsourcing, and benefits for retirees.
Mike PappasOctober 4, 2023
The Big Three Are Using Layoffs to Punish the UAW and Undermine the Strike
The Big Three are retaliating against the UAW by laying off thousands of its members at plants across the country. Defeating these attacks will require the self organization and mobilization of all the workers.
James Dennis HoffSeptember 28, 2023
Biden’s Picket Line Visit Doesn’t Mean He Is On Our Side
President Biden’s visit to the UAW picket line shows the strength of the strike — and why it should remain independent from him and the Democrats.
Tatiana CozzarelliSeptember 27, 2023
Scabs Will Not Pass: Defend the UAW Strike With Organized Grassroots Power
The Big Three are escalating their use of scabs. The rank and file are fighting back.
Jason KoslowskiSeptember 27, 2023
Joe Biden Is Afraid of the UAW Strike. That’s a Good Thing.
A few days ago, Biden called on the bosses of the Big Three automakers to give concessions to the striking UAW workers. It’s because he’s scared of the UAW’s power.
Enid BrainSeptember 20, 2023
To Win, the UAW Strike Must Be Organized from Below
The strike at the Big Three has put the working class at the center of national politics. The autoworkers’ demands are bold and touch on issues of growing exploitation across the country. To win big, the strike must be organized from below.
Tristan TaylorSeptember 18, 2023