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6 weeks and counting: Graduate student workers stay defiant before Columbia University admin

The graduate student worker union organized a large protest on Wednesday December 8, and shut down two main entrances of the university’s Manhattan campus. Dozens of community members and workers from a host of different unions joined them in solidarity

U.S. appeal to extradite Julian Assange upheld by UK High Court and other stories

Today we look at the UK High Court ruling allowing Julian Assange’s extradition to the US, the re-establishment of diplomatic ties between China and Nicaragua, and more

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

Amazon workers in Alabama get a second chance to vote on unionizing

A federal labor official has ruled in favor of the union, which charged the company with illegally interfering with the election held earlier this year

Thousands lead 200 kilometre march in defense of Bolivia’s democracy & other stories

Today we look at the March for the Homeland in defense of democracy in Bolivia, the 7th round of talks on the 2015 nuclear deal in Vienna, and more

Workers at HelloFresh speak up against anti-union scare tactics and dangerous conditions

Workers at the world’s largest meal-kit delivery service are set to vote on unionizing at two US factories

Amazon warehouse workers in New York file for union vote

6 months after the union loss in Alabama, workers continue to push for unionization at the trillionaire company

Workers at BHP-owned Escondida mine in Chile set to go on strike and other stories

Today we look at an upcoming strike by workers at Chile’s Escondida mine, the dispute between unions and employers amid wage talks in South Africa, and more

Despite month-long lockout at ExxonMobil, workers continue to push for fair wages

After more than a month of being locked-out ExxonMobil, oil refinery workers in Texas continue to struggle for their jobs and fair contract and call for greater accountability from the corporation

Unionization bid at Amazon’s Bessemer facility falls through but the struggle will continue

Of the 3,215 ballots submitted by the workers of the Bessemer warehouse, 1,798 votes were against unionization and 738 votes for it. Organizers have pledged to continue the struggle against Amazon’s anti-worker and anti-union policies

Coal mine workers in Alabama strike over failed contract talks

More than 1,100 mine workers at Warrior Met Coal have gone on strike over the company’s failure to reach a consensus with the workers over the new contracts that went into effect on April 1.

Counting underway for historic union vote at Alabama’s Amazon unit

The federal labor watchdog has begun counting on March 30, which could take days to finish. The unionization drive has shone light on the abysmal workplace conditions of US’ largest employer

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