Target Doesn’t Care about LGBTQ+ People
At Target and Anheuser-Busch, policies of inclusion and diversity have clashed with profit ambitions.
Pablo HerónJune 2, 2023
Over 11,000 TV and Film Writers Go on Strike Across the Country
The WGA strike has the potential to deal a blow to systemic hyper-exploitation in entertainment, and establish workers as a fighting force within the industry.
Ezra BrainMay 2, 2023
Actors’ Union Joins the Fight Against Drag Bans
Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) has joined the legal fight against Tennessee’s “Drag Ban.” Next steps? AEA should continue to push forward actions with worker solidarity in the fight against anti-drag / anti-trans legislation.
Claire LatouretteApril 23, 2023
“We Deserve a Living Wage:” on the Limits of the New Temple Grad Worker Contract
A graduate worker at Temple reflects on the limits and strengths of the new contract won in the recent strike.
Anonymous Temple Graduate WorkerMarch 31, 2023
Battle of the Pensions: Toward a Pre-Revolutionary Moment in France
President Macron's use of article 49.3 to push through an unpopular pension reform bill has opened up an enormous political crisis that has changed the character of the mobilizations against the French government. We are entering a "pre-revolutionary moment" that can change the balance of power between the classes in France.
Juan ChingoMarch 21, 2023
CUNY Administration Cracks Down on Student and Worker-Run Food Pantry
Students and workers opened "The People's Pantry" seven weeks ago as part of a broader anti-austerity campaign at CUNY, leading to several direct confrontations with the administration.
Olivia WoodMarch 19, 2023
CUNY Union Chapter Unanimously Passes Resolution in Support of Trans Rights
The Graduate Center chapter of PSC-CUNY, the faculty, staff, and graduate worker union of the City University of New York, passed a resolution pledging support to all workers fighting the anti-trans bills nationwide.
Olivia WoodMarch 12, 2023
Tech Layoffs Are About Punishing Workers and Driving Down Wages
Members of the Alphabet Workers’ Union held a rally outside Google’s offices in Manhattan to protest Google’s laying off 12,000 workers. This action comes as tech workers face massive layoffs and tech executives take advantage of a tumultuous economic climate to diminish workers’ power.
Rose LemlichFebruary 10, 2023
Fordham University’s Resident Assistants Unionize
Two days after the faculty union ratified its second contract, student workers announced there’s a new union in town.
Olivia WoodFebruary 9, 2023
Temple’s Undergrads Are Taking On the University Bosses
At Temple University, undergraduate students are joining the ranks of higher ed workers who are fighting back.
Jason KoslowskiJanuary 30, 2023