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Labor Organizing news and analysis from The Nation
October 11, 2021
Pandemic Solidarity Transformed Our Society. Now We Need It Again.
In attempt to stem the tide of death, cities, states, and the federal government passed unprecedented reforms. Fighting to keep them is an important way to counter pandemic depression and isolation.
October 7, 2021
The Buffalo Hospital Strike Is the Latest in a New Wave of Labor Unrest
A stressed health care system pushed to the breaking point by the Covid-19 pandemic has sparked renewed action by labor unions across the country.
October 1, 2021
California Wins Labor Reforms That Republicans Nearly Made Impossible
In the past couple weeks, Governor Gavin Newsom has signed important worker protection bills that would never have gotten through if he’d lost the recall election.
September 29, 2021
Our Union Has Been Fighting for Voting Rights All Year
And our members can tell you why Congress must pass the Freedom to Vote Act.
September 22, 2021
China Is Dismantling Hong Kong’s Unions
Empowered workers would be a threat to the Chinese Communist Party.
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September 15, 2021
Sweatshops Won’t Help the World’s Poor, but Unions Could
Influential liberals said low-paid manufacturing jobs would help the Global South. They were wrong then—and they’re especially wrong now.
September 6, 2021
When Sex Workers Speak, Who Listens?
The initial decision by OnlyFans to ban porn illustrates how ostensibly legal online sex work is, in reality, criminalized.
September 3, 2021
There Is No Greater Threat to Worker Rights Than This Republican Party
Despite what it says, the GOP is the party of capital, not labor.
August 31, 2021
Ed Asner, American Socialist
The actor, who died Sunday, championed democratic socialism long before Bernie Sanders ran for president.
August 30, 2021
The Biggest Uprising Since the Civil War Happened Here 100 Years Ago
The Battle of Blair Mountain saw thousands of miners battling cops’ machine guns—and enduring aerial bombardment. Yet today hardly anyone remembers a thing about it.