There’s been a lot of nurses strikes lately and for good reason–they are treated horribly, a sign of our terrible medical system for profit. Like a lot unions these days, the New Your nurs
Interesting argument here from Benjamin Sachs about the NLRB empowering state experimentation. But there is another, as yet untapped, mechanism for relaxing preemption rules and enabling states to imp
On January 16, 1920, those arrested in the vile anti-communist Palmer Raids were allowed to see legal representation at their deportation hearings. This is a moment to discuss the Red Scare and just h
Hollywood is mostly a union town but when new sides of the industry develop, they have to be organized too and they often aren’t. You saw that with the video effects workers. Now that is changin
Some labor leaders are pretty mad that Biden is promoting one of the nation’s two lowest union density states to lead off the primaries. In pushing South Carolina to the front of Democrats’ 20
Roxane Gay reminds us that our work is just work. It’s just a job. That’s all it is. You can get a different one. It is not your identity, or it should not be. But more many of us, it is.
It’s hard to convince workers that Democrats really care about them when they don’t actually do anything for unions. Yeah, there’s lots of lip service, but even when they have politi
Textile workers in the town of Rio Blanco in Mexico’s Veracruz state went on a two-day strike in one of the most important moment of labor upheaval that laid the groundwork for the Mexican Revol