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Momentum Grows for May Day Strikes and Protests Millions have protested since Trump’s inauguration, yet the Billionaire in Chief has relentlessly pursued his racist, sexist, anti-working class agenda. Now his latest budget and health care...

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Unions Under Attack in the Hawkeye State On February 16, the House and Senate in Iowa passed a law aimed to bust public sector unions. Except for firefighters, transit workers, and police, all public workers...

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Since November 8, the heroic movement to stop the Immigration ban and the acts of communities to fight back against deportations, along with the historic women’s march in defiance of Trump’s Sexism has been inspiring....

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As the sun set on March 4th, a new and important step was made in reestablishing an old, familiar working-class tradition – organizing a union. While unions have lost support and membership over the last 30...

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Hundreds of Philadelphia Comcast workers left their workplace at 2pm on February 2, to rally for an hour in protest of President Trump’s ban on immigration from seven majority Muslim countries. Workers marched south several...

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Public education will continue to see tough times under recently appointed Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. DeVos’s corporate right-wing agenda will be disastrous for public education. Unfortunately, the corporate takeover of public education has been...

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Next steps in the strategy to defeat Trump: Be part of the protest on Women’s Day, March 8 and build for mass protests and strikes across the country on May 1. Millions have marched and...

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The eruption of protest at JFK International Airport last weekend kicked off a week of escalating protests in NYC. Here’s a run down: Saturday: JFK Airport Protest & Taxi Strike In less than 24 hours...

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The election of Donald Trump sent a shiver down the spine of every progressive working person across the country. Behind the facade of “making America great” and creating jobs lies an administration of, by, and...

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On January 6, over 600 UCLA skilled trades workers went on strike to protest unfair labor practices committed by the University of California (UC). Teamsters Local 2010, the union that represents the UCLA skilled trades...

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