Olivia Rockeman, James Attwood and Joe Deaux
To maintain productivity and safety, some jobs are installing robot coworkers. Labor unions worry that the robots will continue to occupy jobs after the pandemic ends while others say they will free up workers for other positions.
Reading and study are required for militants in any labor union. And there are few better resources for telling the heroic story of American class struggle to workers today than the classic labor history book Labor’s Untold Story.
Where do we go when we succeed in putting a nightmare -- two nightmares -- behind us? Toward something. We must advance toward a truly multiracial, inclusive, radical democracy or we will have no democracy at all.
Organizing efforts to improve workers' rights have intensified during the COVID-19 pandemic as workers in industries with little benefits and protections have been deemed essential during the health crisis.
Despite the discrimination and stigma we often face, we are committed to strengthening and unifying the country we call home. No matter whether you’re black, white, or brown, we all bleed the same red blood.