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Twin Cities bus drivers and anti-racist action

Paul KD interviews Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1005 member Adam Burch about the union and the anti-racist action it took during the uprising in Minneapolis last summer.

Volvo truck workers on strike

Lee Wengraf reports from the picket lines in Virginia where nearly 3000 workers are on strike.

Labor law reform and class struggle

In the context of an ongoing campaign to pass the PRO ACT, Charlie Post looks at important moments of labor law reform and their relationship to the broader class struggle.

The market compels it

Restaurant worker Natalia Tylim discusses the experience of restaurant reopening in New York City this winter before broad vaccine distribution.

Worker and popular education

Avery Wear and James Boyle discuss the massive adult education system organized by the U.S. Left in the early 20th century.

Let go of the fear

Joe Stapleton interviews Ale Mejía and Ben Kossak about the newly formed Duke University Press (DUP) Workers Union.

San Francisco educators endorse BDS

Alex Schmaus and brian bean report on the first public school educators union in the U.S. to endorse boycott, divestment, and sanctions against Israeli apartheid.

Confusion is not a path forward

Joe Allen critically examines Chris Maisano’s recent piece, “US-China Tensions Are Escalating. What Does That Mean for the Left?” and is left with more questions than clarifying answers.

A truck full of sensors

A Teamster in Oklahoma City describes how UPS uses new surveillance technology to undermine the union.

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