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Linda Silas Announces Bid to Lead Canadian Labour Congress

David Climenhaga Rabble.Ca
"I grew up in a union town that lost everything. I've met with neighbours who have experienced setbacks that last a generation. I've seen how important it is for struggling workers to see the hope that comes from our movement."

Haryana: Farmers, Workers Gear Up for January 8 Strike

Siddharth Tiwari The Times of India
Farmers and workers plan a mass strike in India this Wednesday, January 8, in protest of the agrarian crisis, attacks on labor rights, and the new Citizenship Amendment Act. They will be joined by student groups and citizenship rights groups.

We Shouldn’t Be Nostalgic for Jimmy Hoffa

Barry Eidlin Jacobin
At a time of historic working-class weakness, it’s tempting to watch the portrayal of Jimmy Hoffa in Martin Scorcese’s The Irishman and long for similar labor leadership today. But his corruption and autocratic leadership paved the way for decline.

Your Last Opportunity: Let's Make Waves Together

Portside
Because of Portside, a lot of people who are determined to make their own history will have the tools to do it -- the emotional sustenance, the information, the analysis, the connections -- to meet the extraordinary situation we all confront.

US Labor Says: No War on Iran!

U.S. Labor Against the War U.S. Labor Against the War
Our members have more in common with the working brothers and sisters abroad than with the Trump administration or any chicken-hawk politician.

Trump Labor Board Escalates War on Workers’ Rights

BY William Lewis, Left Voice TRUTHOUT
The Trump NLRB — currently four unelected lawyers and an empty seat — changed the rules of the union election process without notice or comment from the public.