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Strikes Are Hard Work
Can Workers Still Use the National Labor Relations Board under Trump?
How We Organized The Oakland Teachers Strike
Amazon Warehouse Workers Deliver Christmas Walkout
2019 Year in Review: Workers Strike Back
A Busy Year for Labor Notes!
Six UAW Locals Back Direct Elections of Top Officers
Review: Longtime Labor Reporter Describes the Decline of Worker Power
Challenger Wins Re-Run Vote to Head NewsGuild
File an Information Request with Every Grievance
Support Labor Notes: The Strike is Back!
Film Review: Nothing But a Man
The Hard Fight at Amazon
Teachers and Public Workers in Argentina: Four Months of Strikes and Pickets
Twenty Years Later, Remembering the Battle in Seattle
Gary Jones Just Resigned as UAW President—Now Questions Arise about Acting President Rory Gamble
UAW Official Demoted After Saying Locals That Voted Against Ford Agreement Should Lose Jobs
GM Workers Shocked to Learn New Hires Will Still Take Eight Years to Reach Top Pay
Chile in Revolt: ‘It’s Not about 30 Pesos, It’s about 30 Years’
Copper Workers Strike to Stop Concessionary Trend
UAW Just Agreed to Let Ford Use Technology to Monitor Assembly Workers
Fight for Racial Justice Fuels Little Rock Educator Strike Preparations
Viewpoint: Vote No on the PSC-CUNY Contract: 7K or Strike
Viewpoint: Vote Yes on the PSC-CUNY Contract: A Step Forward in the Fight
All General Motors Needs to Close an Auto Plant Is a Thesaurus
Striking Teachers and Support Staff Forced Chicago's Mayor to Find Money She Said Wasn't There
GM Workers Ratify Contract Though 'Mixed at Best'
Defying Injunction, Massachusetts Teachers Strike
VIDEO: Chicago Teachers And Support Staff On Strike!
How Seven Thousand Quebec Workers Went on Strike against Climate Change