Category: Labor

Mary O’Brien’s Lasting Impact

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The first Black woman staffing member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Mary O’Brien, passed away in March 2022 leaving behind a legacy of activism surrounding unions, voting rights

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The U.S. government falls short in providing relief to educators and women

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The COVID-19 pandemic has been a crisis for capitalism but the weight of that crisis has fallen squarely on the shoulders of working women.

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She Who Struggle: Rosina Corrothers Tucker

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“Today is my day, as it is your day. Although I live far removed from the time when I was born, I do not feel that my heart should dwell

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She Who Struggles: Ella May Wiggins

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Though her life was cut short too early, Ella May Wiggins' sense of struggle and contribution to the workers’ movement burned brightly.

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She Who Struggles: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn

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Elizabeth Gurley Flynn’s fierce commitment to working class struggle stemmed from a love of her country and its people. Become a patron today and gain access to exclusive!

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Chicago Nursing Home Workers Achieve Historic Contract

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On May 7, healthcare workers of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) in Chicago were prepared to strike the following morning.

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