Portside Labor

Posted by Portside on December 2, 2017
Yes!
and Invested in Black-Owned Businesses After the Hurricane. Communities of color turned to each other to make it through the disaster. Months later, they’re doing the same to rebuild.
Posted by Portside on November 30, 2017
Equal Times
The hundreds of thousands of Palestinians who found themselves under Israeli military control in 1967 quickly became a source of blue-collar labour for the Israeli economy, performing jobs that few Israelis were willing to do, for far less money and far fewer legal protections.
Posted by Portside on November 29, 2017
New York Daily News
Workers at the artisanal shop in the Flatiron District of New York City voted last week to join Teamsters Local 553 — joining some 4,000 other Teamster members in an array of industries from trucking to dairy production.
Posted by Portside on November 28, 2017
The Week
We need to confront the workplace hierarchy directly. That means unions and labor organizing. It means demands for more democratic workplaces, and established institutions and practices for dealing with sexual harassment.
Posted by Portside on November 28, 2017
The Outline
We often talk about emotional labor in our personal lives. But what about at work?
Posted by Portside on November 28, 2017
The Outline
We often talk about emotional labor in our personal lives. But what about at work?
Posted by Portside on November 26, 2017
Labor and Working-Class History Association
Much has been made in the recent campaign about the alienation of working-class whites from the Democratic Party. Michael Pierce shows this is a path long traveled; Bill Clinton undermined the budding multi-racial labor coalition in 1970s Arkansas.

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