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Labor Notes Archive
In Push for Education Reforms, Mexican Government Kills Teachers in the Street
South Korea: Independent Labor Leader Faces Eight Years In Jail
Workers Walk Out for $15 at Dozens of Quebec Nursing Homes
Allina Nurses Go All In
So You Think Your Workplace is Disorganized?
Film Review: Solidarity Economics in Italy
Teachers Take On Student Discipline
Strikes Sweep France, Opposing Labor Law Rollbacks
Permanent Replacements? Not So Fast, Labor Board Says
B&H Workers Train to Win
Book Review: Harrowing and Hilarious Tales of What It Took to Build the Golden Gate Bridge
Verizon Strike Shows Corporate Giants Can Be Beat
Farmworkers March across New York State for the Right to Organize
Retirees Win Round One
Verizon Strikers Win
Long-Term Organizing Bears Fruit for Grocery Local
A Network You Can Trust
CARTOON: Panama Papers Expose Global Elite's Tax Avoidance Schemes
Steal These Secrets
L.A. Car Wash Workers Turn Up Pressure
Nabisco Workers Fight to Keep Bakery Open
FMLA Doctor's Notes: What Unions Need to Know
Local Unions Take Lead in Verizon Strike Solidarity
Organizers, Aim for the Bullseye!
Truck Workers Jump-Start Union and Reverse Two-Tier
Can Teamsters Save the Right to Retire?
On the Line with Verizon Strikers
Dealing with 'Freeloaders'
With Second Strike Looming, Twin Cities Janitors Clean Up
A Record-Breaking Conference and an Exciting New Book