12 October | As Argentina’s economic crisis deepens, agreements have been signed behind the backs of working people that ensure the country’s continued plunder. Meanwhile, debate on the left has centered on the (...)
23 September | Adjunct faculty at CUNY have been exploited for decades, but the union leadership has done little to address the problem. A militant, rank and file strategy, grounded in solidarity, is the only (...)
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17 September | With the eruption of strike action by Chicago hotel workers, hotel worker William Lewis argues that the unions have the power to organize the unorganized, spread the strike nationally — and (...)
14 September | San Jose—The Costa Rican working class has again burst onto the stage of history. Public-sector workers have launched a countrywide general strike against the government’s austerity plan to deal (...)
11 September | Reproduced below is the historic document sent by the Santiago regional Coordinating Committee of the Cordones Industriales to former Chilean President Salvador Allende. The letter highlights the (...)
10 September | For months the workers of the Hilton Stamford have been battling it out for a good contract. They won recognition for their union 110 votes to five in December of 2017. Since then they have been (...)
28 August | Under the guise of rehabilitation and training programs, the state of California coerces inmates into risking their lives for a meager compensation.
15 August | The Los Angeles Rams will soon have a new $4 billion football stadium, which will host the Super Bowl in 2020 and the Olympic Games in 2028. Parts of the stadium are being built some 1,240 miles (...)
10 August | After months of struggle, 10,000 Disney workers in California won a $15 an hour starting wage and improved working conditions.
7 August | The Unite the Right was going to get private subway cars. Thanks to subway workers, they won't.
31 July | Sixteen hundred South Korean workers are on strike against SK Broadband as part of a struggle against irregular jobs and low wages. They demand job security, safe workplace and living (...)
27 July | Around 160 dockworkers in the Port of Buenos Aires, Argentina have been handed telegrams advising them of their impending dismissal from Terminales Río de la Plata (TRP). In response, workers have (...)
19 July | Last week, almost 2,000 nurses went on a two day strike in Burlington, Vermont. Left Voice interviews nurse and International Socialist Organization member Tristin Adie about the (...)
12 July | Left Voice speaks with Marxist labor historian Nelson Lichtenstein on the lessons of the Teachers’ Spring and the signs of a resurgent labor movement in the (...)
11 July | In the spring, a wave of teachers’ strikes swept through the United States, changing the political landscape and the conversation among socialists. What comes (...)
8 June | The women at the Hilton Hotel speak about their experiences in the fight to unionize the hotel.
8 June | Hablamos con mujeres sobre su lucha por la sindicalización en el Hilton Hotel.
21 May | There are an estimated half million undocumented immigrants in New York City and 11 million nationally. This a story of a workday under those conditions.
9 May | Monday, May 7th through Wednesday, May 9th, service workers and patient care providers at the University of California are striking after the UC administration failed to agree to a fair (...)