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Labor strikes news and analysis from The Nation
April 4, 2017
How To Win a Sports Strike
The Women’s Hockey Strike, the Oakland Raiders move, and Frank Martin.
April 3, 2017
The NCAA’s Collegiate Cartel
Why I think the NCAA has more in common with the mob than higher ed.
March 29, 2017
Victory! USA Women’s Hockey Team Just Won Their Strike
These women have shown female athletes as well as the labor movement what winning looks like.
March 29, 2017
Students and Farmworkers Are Teaming Up to Boot Wendy’s Off Their Campuses
The effort is part of a national campaign to pressure Wendy’s to improve their labor practices.
March 28, 2017
The US Women’s Ice Hockey Team Is on Strike—and the Solidarity Is Stunning
The effort to find “replacement players” is backfiring.
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March 21, 2017
NCAA Players Should Strike at the Final Four
They have the power to force a change, but only if they refuse to be pawns in someone else’s game.
March 16, 2017
Here’s Why the US Women’s National Hockey Team Is Going on Strike
This is “a fight they don’t want, but must have.”
March 10, 2017
Why Doesn’t the United Nations Pay Its Interns?
The institution sets the benchmark for progressive values around the world—except when it comes to unpaid labor.
March 9, 2017
This Is What Feminism Really Looks Like
Women of color, trans women, working women—the International Women’s Strike brought feminism of the 99 percent into the streets.
March 8, 2017
Trabajadoras del hogar versus Harvard: Feminismo en la era de Trump
Las mujeres inmigrantes de clase trabajadora, quienes se enfrentaron a la primera mujer presidenta de Harvard y a Sheryl Sandberg, han forjado un feminismo para el 99 por ciento.