Category: Labor

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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Women fighters, our teachers: Lucy Parsons

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Women and people of oppressed nationalities have always been on the front lines of revolutionary movements. In the historic moment of mobilization, our working-class heroes are targeted and demonized in

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L.A. Teachers’ Victory is a Lesson for All of Us

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The 33,000 educators in Los Angeles and their union, United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA), have taught us all an important lesson.

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The Bread and Roses Strike of 1912

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Women workers are part of a long tradition of labor struggle that has fought for workers’ rights. We mobilize against the systems that oppress us.

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Working to Survive, Struggling for Dignity

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Under capitalism, we must work to survive and that work can often be stultifying, overwhelming, and even painful. It can also be a source of pride and accomplishment.

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