Michigan’s Draconian labor laws make it illegal for public employees to strike. Teachers can be fined a day’s wages and their union fined $5,000 for each day they don’t work. This is the way the […]
With its 1.4 million members, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters could well be America’s strongest union. This fall, Teamster members will be able to vote for either Jimmy Hoffa Jr., current president of the Teamsters, […]
On October 11th, with a contract expiring at midnight on the 12th, SEIU local 615, which represents the food service workers at Brown University, held a solidarity march and rally in conjunction with the Brown […]
This November, millions of American workers will go to the polls to exercise their democratic right to vote. But since in most cases this means selecting which of the two bosses' candidates will rule their […]
As wages for American workers continue to drop, the federal government has announced a new package of pension laws. Under the new laws it is now legal for companies to convert plans called "Defined Benefit […]
Today, workers are used as ‘cannon fodder’ both in the war in Iraq and in the war for profits at home. Workplaces have become perpetual ‘killing fields’. Roland Sheppard take a look at work place […]
The pendulum of the class struggle, which has been swinging mercilessly against working people for the past twenty-five years, is starting to swing the other way, with the beginnings of a fight back by the […]
Resolution of United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America on immigrants' rights.
This new video, created by members of the WIL in Detroit,vividly documents the militancy of the Soldiers of Solidarity and their struggle at Delphi. Learn more about the SoS here, where you can also send […]
As the important struggle of the rank and file "Soldiers of Solidarity" at Delphi continues, we can learn much from the experiences of working people across Latin America, a continent in the throes of a […]
As the conflict between the bosses (PMA) and the dockers (ILWU) continues, David May looks at the real interests of the US ruling class, and the prospects for a broad revival of the working class […]
There is a terrorism that is generated by bombs, guns, and passenger planes turned into missiles, but all of these are nothing when compared to the terror of a speculative production system gone berserk.