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Since the 1980s unions have been almost constantly on the defensive, facing a relentless neoliberal offensive by the bosses. Despite some spectacular rearguard struggles, the trend has been toward defeated strikes and a retreat by...

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On September 18, 2018, McDonald’s workers, who have also been fighting for $15 an hour, went on strike against sexual harassment in 10 cities across the U.S. including Chicago, San Francisco, L.A., and New Orleans....

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September 12 was a national day of action for 15. Below is the report from Minneapolis followed by the leaflet that Socialist Alternative passed out nationwide. You can download the pdf here. On September 12,...

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On November 17, the International Executive Board of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) announced its early endorsement of Hillary Clinton. Despite SEIU’s leadership in the Fight for $15 movement, this announcement comes just days...

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  For a Mass Mobilization to Stop This Attack and Rebuild Labor! In late June, while millions celebrated the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage equality, the Court also agreed to hear Friedrichs v. California...

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Andrew J. Mackay, Student, UC San Diego California is a key leader in the $15 minimum wage struggle, but with a population of almost 39 million, there are still many workers who need a raise....

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Socialist Alternative interviewed a leading 15 Now organizer in Minneapolis, former Delta baggage handler Kip Hedges...

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For Huge Protests on 2/21, 50th Anniversary of Malcolm X’s Assassination The following is the text of Socialist Alternative’s leaflet for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 2015.  Click here for pdf version. Mike Brown, Eric...

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The confidence of workers is growing nationwide. With bold leadership, 2015 could be the year of $15/hour!...

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For the tens of thousands demanding justice for Mike Brown and Eric Garner, the connection between economic injustice and state violence couldn’t be clearer. Just a few miles from where police murdered Eric Garner, a...

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