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SEIU news and analysis from The Nation
November 27, 2020
It’s Time America Abolished Poverty
We know how to do it. On this week’s show, we lay out the path to a poverty-free future.
Dorian T. Warren
October 9, 2019
Washington’s Struggling Medical Residents Need a Raise
How bullying, depression, debt, and 90-hour weeks pushed members of the
University of Washington Housestaff Association to walk out of the job.
December 20, 2018
Who’s Leading the Next Unionization Charge? That’s Right: Florida.
The Service Employees International Union is poised to represent half of all adjunct faculty in the “right to work” state’s public-school system.
November 8, 2018
Working People Won the Midwest for the Democrats
Now it’s up to the newly elected governors to fight for the overworked and underpaid constituents who voted them into office.
Mary Kay Henry
July 18, 2017
A Plan to Make Flying Less Awful
How would airports change if the workers who made them run earned a living wage?
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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.