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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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After thirty-eight days on strike, the 4,800 members of the Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA) in Minneapolis-Saint Paul voted on October 13 to accept a deal with Allina Health, the largest hospital chain in the Twin...

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On Tuesday, October 11, Chicago Public School (CPS) teachers, parents and students woke to the news that an indefinite strike, set to begin at six that morning, had been called off.  After 22 months of...

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Seven-hundred and fifty Harvard University dining hall workers, members of the union, UNITE HERE Local 26, went on strike October 5.   It was the first strike at Harvard in over thirty years. Dining-hall workers have...

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On September 29, the House of Delegates of the Chicago Teachers Union voted to give their employer, Chicago Public Schools (CPS) legal notice of an open-ended strike to begin on Tuesday, October 11. After 400...

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Nurses at five Allina hospitals in and around the Twin Cities who are members of the Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA) have been in a contract battle with Allina since the beginning of 2016. Their contract...

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REI, a co-op famous for its recreation gear, is beloved by many. It has a storied history, promotes healthy outdoor activity, and is staffed by workers who genuinely want to help people get outside and...

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