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The state of unions in America

Union membership has continued to say no in recent times after a long time of abrasion. However there have been some high-profile labor wins that would reverse the development. Jane McAlevey talks concerning the state of the labor motion in 2022. Read More

Amazon’s NYC Warehouse Workers Vote to Unionize

In a vote that came down to 2,654 votes in favor to 2,131 against unionization, New York City's warehouse Amazon workers become the first in the nation to unionize. Jane McAlevey and Gwynne Hogan discuss the vote and what comes next. Read More

Get Organized to Win! – Jane McAlevey

Paul Jay's extensive 8-part video interview with Jane McAlevey. They discuss the roots and initial successes of Jane's organizing strategies & efforts; her travels from Nicaragua to Tennessee, learning how to organize to win the right to dignity and more; workers must face up to race to unite the class. Fighting for a just transition; the workers' movement is critical to any chance of having an effective climate policy. Hard bargaining in Las Vegas hospitals. Mobilizing is not organizing and why we need strong militant unions to win; we cannot afford to leave one ounce of power on the table. A strike can force recognition of a union; a supermajority strike is powerful when bargaining; a strike with mass support can be a political weapon to change society. Read More

How Workers Can Win in 2022

Our new Gilded Age of obscene wealth and arrogance stands in stark contrast to the everyday struggles faced by tens of millions of exhausted workers fighting just to stay healthy and alive, avoid eviction, make the next month’s rent payment, or find the kind of job that will leave enough free time to help their children with homework. Read More

In Berlin, Overworked Hospital Staff Went on Strike for a Month — and Won

Medics launched a month long strike that forced hospital management to guarantee minimum staffing levels.The particular conversational technique that worked so well is part of Jane McAlevey’s tool kit for building mass-participation strikes, developed by drawing on the tactics of the radical Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) unions of 1930s America. Read More