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From the Community | Freedom of Speech Is a Labor Issue

Jason Beckman, Sophie Jean Walton and Chloé Brault The Stanford Daily
The right to protest and just cause for discipline are fundamental principles that unions seek to protect. Recent arrests and suspensions of graduate workers at institutions across the United States highlight the importance of this right.

Southern Worker School Charts Course for Power

Southern Workers Assembly Southern Workers Assembly
Nearly 200 rank and filers who are developing a movement of workers in the South gathered in Charlotte, NC on May 17 – 19 for the 2024 Southern Worker School.

Enabling Dictatorship and Destroying Democracy

Muhammad Hidayat Greenfield The Bullet
External and internal threats to the nation – real or perceived – always played a crucial role in the enabling of dictators and the establishment of authoritarian regimes.

Newsflash: Inequality in Neoliberal America

Photo of a sign on a post that says PEOPLE OVER PROFIT
A new report provides perhaps the best detail we have so far on the economic and social consequences of neo-liberal economic policies in America. 

How Women Are Changing Labor Unions

Emma Cordover Politico
Within unions — spaces once largely dominated by white men — leaders say they are pushing women of all races and men of color to take on leadership roles and incentivizing women to join previously male-dominated industries.