Staten Island Amazon workers stand up to industry giant regarding safety hazards, citing a string of workplace-related deaths
In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the Pakistan floods, the rescue of migrants from the Mediterranean, concerns over the health of a Palestinian prisoner, and a walkout from tech companies over their ties with Israel
Workers across at least 4 Amazon warehouses in the UK have staged walkouts to protest pay offers that would raise wages by only 0.35-0.50 per hour. This will amount to a real-terms pay cut as the UK’s inflation is on track to hit 13%.
Amazon has violated user data privacy multiple times. Now, the corporation will have access to patient medical records, eliciting protest across US labor organizations
Political and societal figures denounce the federal government’s disregard for the Amazon region and demand the protection of indigenous peoples
We don’t face multiple separate crises. The system itself is the crisis and must be overcome, replaced and transformed.
A closer look at the organizing efforts of the Amazon workers in Staten Island that made history by winning the first ever union in the US at the multi-billion dollar corporation
The multi-billion dollar company waged a well-funded campaign against grassroots labor organizers, who, after a hard-fought struggle, successfully unionized a New York City warehouse
At an International Workers Action meeting, the NUMSA general secretary emphasized the importance of unity in fighting against capital’s oppressive systems.
An eruption of strikes. Major contract wins. Workers quitting low-wage jobs in unprecedented numbers. All signaled that workers en masse are ready to reclaim their 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
Today we look at the death of 6 workers after an Amazon site collapsed in the US, reports of civilians killed during a U.S.-SDF raid in Syria, and more