Building Communist Cells at Trader Joe’s

With patience and persistence, you can build a communist cell in any workplace where there are young workers watching the state of the world.

Shawn Fain Proposes General Strike ­… But Why Wait until 2028?

United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain has called for a mass strike on International Workers’ Day, May 1, 2028.

[Q&A] How Would Communists Lead the Campaign to Organize Starbucks?

Starbucks workers are engaged in a struggle to organize a union. How can this fight be brought to a successful conclusion?

Supreme Court Ruling Shows the System is Rigged—Against Workers!

The Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling against the Memphis 7 shows yet again that the judicial system is rigged against the working class.

UAW Local 4811 Launches Political Strike against UC Campus Repression

In a rare occurrence for US labor, UAW Local 4811 has launched a political strike against brutal police repression of the Gaza solidarity encampments at UCLA and other UC campuses.

The Boss “Educated” Me about the Union

After we filed to unionize, the VP of Marketing made a surprise visit to our workplace to help us cast an “educated” vote.

UAW Victory at Volkswagen! Organize the Unorganized!

Workers at a Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga voted to join the UAW. It’s the union’s first success organizing a foreign-owned automaker in the South.

If Workers Could Access the Employers’ Books, Here’s What They’d Find

The bosses claim they can’t raise workers’ wages, but what would we find if we inspected their accounts for ourselves? That’s actually what I did—and here’s what I found.

Cal State Strike: Letter from an Academic Worker

There was supposed to be a historic five-day strike of Cal State academic workers, but the union leaders called it off after the first day. How did it come to this?

Mobilize Labor to Fight NYC’s Congestion Tolls!

Congestion pricing seeks to punish working-class New Yorkers for the decay of capitalist infrastructure.

Letter from a Communist Grocery Worker

It’s the workers on the floor who know how to run our stores—not the bosses who contribute nothing but headaches.

UAW Settlements: What Did the “Stand-Up” Strike Achieve?

Shawn Fain argued that the “stand-up” strike would be this generation’s answer to the sitdown strikes of the 1930s. With the strikes against the Big Three over, how did the union leadership’s strategy work out?