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
“We Must Strike”: A Message from Greg Kerwood, a Rank-and-File UPS Worker Activist
With a little over a month left in what could be the most significant labor battle in decades, UPS workers across the country are preparing to strike. Here, we republish a message shared by a militant worker on the necessity of a strike.
Greg KerwoodJune 22, 2023
The Fight of Our Lives: 2023 UPS-Teamsters Contract Campaign
Workers at UPS are gearing up for a contract fight this year. To revive the labor movement and win meaningful gains, it’s essential to increase the involvement of rank-and-file UPS workers.
Left VoiceMay 1, 2023
Workers in France Escalate Fight against Macron’s Pension Reforms
Protests continue in France against President Macron’s pension reforms. To win, the working class will need to develop its own organizational bodies to coordinate further actions across workplaces, as well as on the street and in communities.
Feargal McGovernFebruary 22, 2023
‘Robin Hood’ Strikes in France: Workers Provide Free Energy for Hospitals, Schools, and Low-Income Homes
Last week, energy workers in France provided free energy for hospitals, schools, low-income households, and libraries. They show that the working class holds the keys to the economy, and can put these resources in the service of society.
Otto ForsFebruary 1, 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
Journal Entry from an Amazon Worker: New Year’s Eve
An Amazon worker writes about their experience working New Years Eve.
Anonymous Amazon WorkerJanuary 5, 2023
Class Struggle Solidarity and the Trans Movement (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Class)
While writers at The New York Times staged a 24-hour walkout on Thursday, some trans people expressed skepticism about showing solidarity for workers at a publication that distributes so much transphobia. A trans socialist explains why queer solidarity with the labor movement is so important, even when workers might not yet be taking up our struggles.
Enid BrainDecember 11, 2022
Workers Built Twitter — They Should Own It, Not Elon Musk
Corporations like Twitter cannot function without the workers who do the daily labor.
Kyle ThibodeauNovember 27, 2022