8 March | Today on International Women’s Day, workers of the Stamford Hilton marched out through the front door and formed a picket line to call attention to their fight for a fair (...)
8 March | 5 million people in the streets of the Spanish state. There are also hundreds of work stoppages all over the country.
7 March | What lessons can we take from the West Virginia teachers strike?
6 March | After winning a decisive battle for union recognition, the workers of the Hilton Stamford are in the fight for the first contract. On this International Women's Day, Left Voice supports the call (...)
5 March | The Janus v. AFSCME case, now being argued in the Supreme Court, represents the latest of a series of attacks by the bosses on public sector unions. However, the strike led by the courageous (...)
Robert BelanoWilliam Lewis
4 March | A former Disney employee urges workers to fight for their rights and remember her co-worker Yeweinisht Mesfin who died homeless in her car.
4 March | Recently unionized Hilton Hotel workers in Stamford, CT support the West Virginia teachers strike.
3 March | Several DSA chapters show solidarity with West Virginia teachers.
1 March | What are the West Virginia teachers fighting for? How did they organize a strike that broke the law and took the country by surprise?
1 March | Kim Moody’s latest book, On New Terrain, analyzes the current economic and political landscape as well as its present history and draws conclusions about the future of socialist (...)
James Dennis Hoff
22 February | International Women's Strike demonstrates support and solidarity for Hilton workers.
20 February | Today negotiations have begun for the first contract at the Stamford Hilton. The union goes to the negotiation table with high spirits having built an organization that has not only maintained (...)
16 February | Over 2,700 workers seek union recognition at five different airports. The UNITE HERE campaign includes catering workers at airports in Newark, Cleveland, Houston, Denver and (...)
8 February | After days of historic strikes, the metalworkers' union in Germany ended its work stoppage, winning partial gains but at the expense of increased flexibility and a negotiated labor peace until (...)
8 February | On Monday morning, long-time professional driver Douglas Schifter drove to City Hall and shot himself. Brother Schifter took his life out of desperation, but also out of (...)
25 January | Just weeks before last Christmas, a Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) delegate was sacked from the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) facility in the Port of Melbourne. Unionists (...)
18 January | Subway workers in the Brazilian megacity stoppage. The strike is against fare increases, layoffs and the privatization of the subway.
24 December 2017 | Trabajadores del Hotel Hilton Stamford votaron abrumadoramente a favor de formar un sindicato. Con 110 votos a favor y solo cinco en contra, fue un gran triunfo que fortalece a los 120 (...)
William LewisErnie Gotta
22 December 2017 | A report from a semester of organizing at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Angela DunneConor Tomás Reed
21 December 2017 | A nurse talks about vile encounters with managers and sexist norms on the job.
18 December 2017 | French Holiday Inn workers joined workers from across Europe to protest work conditions and wages.
7 December 2017 | The Taylor Law is perhaps best known for its no-strike clause. But what exactly is the Taylor Law? How does it work? This second article in a three-part series describes and explains the law (...)
Tatiana CozzarelliFrancesca Gomes