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SEIU news and analysis from The Nation
February 13, 2017
Fast-Food Workers Are Protesting Trump’s Labor Secretary Nominee Today
Labor agitation is going be a key front in the fight against Trump.
July 22, 2016
Airport Workers Have Voted to Authorize a Strike During the DNC
The vote presents a vindication and a challenge to what the DNC calls its “most progressive platform” yet.
April 18, 2016
Hillary Was Nowhere to Be Seen in the Fight for 15—I Should Know
Hillary’s “support” is welcome, and a sign that our movement has come far, but let’s be clear: She hasn’t always supported a $15 minimum wage.
April 6, 2016
We Are Winning the Fight for $15
What started with 200 workers striking in New York has ballooned into a national movement wielding real political power.
March 18, 2016
Yale Is Depriving Graduate Students of Their Rights
The neoliberal university places an emphasis on corporate power rather than free inquiry.
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March 1, 2016
Some Good News in the Fight for 15
The highest labor board in the country just confirmed fast-food workers
right to organize.
February 12, 2016
Silicon Valley’s Wealth Gap
The tech hub is becoming completely unaffordable for the service employees who work there.
October 19, 2015
Why We Need to Take Care of the Workers Behind Home Healthcare
Turnover in the home-based healthcare industry is as high as 60 percent. We need to change that.
October 14, 2015
The Unionization Tool Management Will Never Expect
Members-only unions might not be as strong as regular unions, but they’re a lot easier to create in a hostile labor environment.
April 16, 2015
Yesterday’s #FightFor15 Protests Were Big—and the Movement Is Only Growing
Yesterday’s strikers ranged from retail and fast food workers to adjuncts and caregivers—all those ousted from the 1 percent economy.