Workers struggle
University of California workers launch largest academic strike in US history

Workers in the US continue to make waves in historically unorganized sectors such as academia and service

Construction workers protest in Switzerland for rights and dignity

Construction workers across Switzerland are outraged at the work schedules and have been calling for a new contract which includes better wages, a fixed time schedule, and safer work conditions

US rail workers’ union rejects deal, renewing corporate fear of a nationwide strike

Rail workers voted to reject a new agreement between union and employer which they allege does not change the poor working conditions, especially lack of sick days and exhausting schedules

Unite the union The red union will never fold!

Mbali Ngwenda of the Pan Africanism Today Secretariat writes about the struggles of United Textile Employees (UNITE), the radical textile workers’ union of Lesotho

Rail workers’ struggle shows the power of the organized working class

If rail workers went on strike, freight rail across the country would be paralyzed. The working class holds enormous power when it is organized and willing to fight.

“We need a voice”: Dollar General workers take strike action

Workers at a Dollar General store in Holly Hill, South Carolina are taking a bold step by walking out on strike and discussing plans to unionize

2021 has proven that the workers united will not be defeated

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.

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

India marks day of resistance as farmers’ struggle continues and other stories

Today we look at the day of resistance observed by farmers and workers in India, the crackdown on protestors in Iraq, and more

Harig India Workers' protest 7 september 1977 Massive workers’ protest at Harig India Pvt Ltd

The protest began after factory security guards opened fire at unarmed workers protesting against the suspension of seven workers and unpaid wages.

4,000 garment and textile workers quit jobs in protest in Southern India

The mass resignation of the workers was due to severe exploitation and also physical abuse by the bosses and the police.