12 February | Their story is known around the world thanks to the film "Pride": 35 years ago, a group of lesbian and gay people in Britain formed a group to support the miners' strike. A founder of the group (...)
31 January | On Thursday, January 17th the powerful Tunisian General Labor Union, the UGTT, led a 24-hour strike of public sector workers to coincide with the anniversary of the 2011 uprising known as "The (...)
23 January | The LA teacher strike won important gains, with massive protests in the rain and pickets at the majority of schools. However, some teachers have mixed feeling about the process of approving the (...)
11 January | 107 years ago, the Bread and Roses strike began in the city of Lawrence in 1912. How did they organize and what lessons can we take from the strike today?
9 January | The teachers' strike in Los Angeles requires the broadest solidarity of the working class to succeed. Below, a letter from a graduate of LAUSD in support.
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5 December 2018 | The spontaneous uprising has opened cracks at the top. France is facing a transitional situation with prerevolutionary characteristics.
3 December 2018 | Who are the “yellow vest” protesters? What are their demands? What role should the workers’ movement and the far left play in their uprising?
25 November 2018 | The UAW agreed to a backroom deal with Columbia University that would limit the right of graduate employees to strike for 17 months and severely weaken their bargaining power to negotiate a first (...)
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27 September 2018 | On Tuesday, Argentine workers went on a general strike, bringing the country to a halt.
23 September 2018 | 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 (...)
17 September 2018 | 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 (...)
3 September 2018 | After four weeks, the fight waged by university professors for a better salary and working conditions has turned into a serious political crisis for the (...)
28 August 2018 | Under the guise of rehabilitation and training programs, the state of California coerces inmates into risking their lives for a meager compensation.
22 August 2018 | Starting August 21st, people incarcerated in U.S. prisons will begin a 19-day national strike. What are their demands?
21 August 2018 | National Prison Strike starts August 21st and lasts until September 9th. Strikes and solidarity actions will take place in at least 17 states. Fight for Prison Workers’ Rights, Free All Political (...)
31 July 2018 | 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 (...)
19 July 2018 | 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 2018 | 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 2018 | In the spring, a wave of teachers’ strikes swept through the United States, changing the political landscape and the conversation among socialists. What comes (...)
25 June 2018 | A one day strike leaves Argentine streets empty and airports closed. The primary demand is for a salary increase.