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Labor Organizing news and analysis from The Nation
June 11, 2021
Alabama’s Coal Miners Are Striking for Their Lives
Over a thousand miners at Warrior Met Coal have been on strike now for over two months, and the conflict is only heating up.
June 10, 2021
Hospital Bosses Recruit Replacements for Striking Nurses
Tenet, the for-profit company that owns St. Vincent’s, chose to “improve their cash position” rather than meet the needs of nurses who worked through the pandemic.
June 4, 2021
A Tale of 2 States
Vastly different approaches to governance in California and Texas show two diverging paths—one forward, and one to ruin.
June 2, 2021
How NY’s Fund for Excluded Workers Inspired Activists Across the US
New York set aside $2.1 billion for workers ineligible for government benefits. Now immigration activists are fighting to ensure an inclusive rollout.
María Jesús Mora
June 1, 2021
Gig Workers of the World Are Uniting
How do you beat companies that can spend hundreds of millions of dollars to exempt themselves from labor law? You organize.
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May 31, 2021
100 Years Ago in Tulsa
Scenes from an American genocide.
May 19, 2021
Was the Failed Union Drive in Bessemer a Net Positive for the Labor Movement?
Will it demonstrate the need for labor law reform—or will it scare workers away from organizing?
May 17, 2021
Working Women Need the PRO Act
Passing off anti-union beliefs under the guise of feminism isn’t just cynical—it’s flat-out wrong.
May 17, 2021
How Teachers Fought for Their Safety in the Pandemic—and Won
As the debate over in-person schooling roiled, teachers’ unions secured significant protections—often with parents’ support.
May 12, 2021
Black Families Matter
Honoring black lives, every day.