Monica Cruz
US public school teachers fight for COVID safety

As the US breaks the global world record for daily COVID cases, teachers are demanding basic safety precautions

A year later, what are the lessons from the Trump-backed insurrection of January 6?

Brian Becker, National Director of the ANSWER Coalition, talks about the insurrection of January 6, 2021, why Donald Trump has only grown more popular, and why the Democrats have failed to bring any of the true perpetrators to justice

After years of setbacks, US labor demonstrates its power

2021 marked a historic year in labor organizing for workers in the US, with tens of thousands of workers in partaking in union votes and strike actions

2021: A year of US warmongering against China

The Biden administration continues to heat up the new Cold War with bellicose threat, unfounded accusations, and fulfilled promises of a more multilateral approach against China

Home care workers protest 24-hour work day in NYC

Workers rallied to demand unpaid wages from the United Jewish Council home care agency and an end to the 24-hour workday

Hawaiians demand justice after pollution of water source from navy facility

On December 10, the Hawaii Department of Health announced that the Navy found gasoline and diesel-range hydrocarbons in the Red Hill shaft. For eight decades, the Navy has stored upwards of 200 million gallons of fuel only about 100 feet above an underground aquifer

Six workers killed in Amazon warehouse collapse

Despite a tornado warning, the Edwardsville, Illinois warehouse continued operations

Striking Kellogg workers reject deal, company plans to permanently replace them

In response to the company’s announcement, people have been spamming Kellogg’s application portal in solidarity with the strikers

Workers in New York vote to form first Starbucks union in the US

This is one of three stores in the same city to vote on a union in recent weeks, part of a larger push to unionize at the multi-billion dollar company

Despite threats, biggest strike in the US continues at New York City’s Columbia University

Workers are “ready to fight” after administration told them they could lose their jobs if they don’t go back to work

Amid backlash World Economic Forum launches “Global Center for Urban Transformation” in Detroit

Activists say city is “model for urban destruction” thanks to big banks and billionaire capitalists like those who attend the WEF

US Supreme Court might sabotage abortion access nationally

The conservative-majority court is now deliberating after hearing arguments on a case banning abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy

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