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Labor

The front of a six-story office building withe the words I.G. Metall over the front door facing a Berlin street.

Organize, Fight, Win

Evan DeMers reports on rank-and-file strategy discussions and debates among German workers at a recent conference.

Seizing the beans of production!

Tempest members report from picket lines around the country on a one-day strike by Starbucks Workers.

Stylized image of Wal-Mart workers protesting

To organize, give people work they want to do

Zyad Hammad of DSA’s NYC Labor Branch argues that what’s missing in DSA organizing is a “scaffolding” of different tiers of engagement that provides opportunities for members take on labor work with low barriers to entry and then advance to deeper involvement as they learn and grow in commitment.

Will there be a national strike at UPS?

Joe Allen examines lessons from the 1997 UPS strike and considers the potential for a national strike against the company in 2023.

Solidarity with railroad workers!

Railroad Workers United and Haymarket Books present a panel of rank-and-file railroad workers in a discussion of one of the most important struggles in recent labor history.

Biden rides the brakes on labor’s upsurge

Shamus Cooke analyzes the response of the Biden administration to the recent upsurges in labor organizing and activism and finds reasons for concern.

Solidarity with fired UPS Teamster

Thomas Hummel interviews UPS Teamster and socialist Ben Douglass about their firing and the campaign for reinstatement.

No rhyme or reason?

Paul KD describes the worker response to AT&T’s back to work policy.

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