Three smiling people stand among a crowd outdoors. They hold a big red banner that says "Caucus of Working Educators" with a "WE" logo and two wear read shirts iwth the same logo. Two hold white signs with rainbow letters: "Love wins" with a heart for the letter O.  Signs carried by others behind them say "I [heart] my trans son," something ending in "LGBTQ and Trans People," and "Peace."
A rank-and-file reform caucus is a group of members who set out to transform their union—establishing a new vision and organizing to make it real. »
Turquoise background with an image of a protest, one protest sign reads "Time for Change."  Logos for People's Hub, Labor Notes, and People's Hub Circle. Text says: “Labor & Disability Justice: Toward Solidarity. Wednesday, June 28. 4-6pm PT / 7-9pm ET.” Trainers' names and photos: Azza Altiraifi, Deborah Rosenstein. “Spanish/English Interpretation Provided. All Other Language Interpreters Available via
Calling all disabled workers and labor organizers interested in disability justice, and disability justice activists interested in worker organizing! Join PeoplesHub and Labor Notes for a popular education-style circle on Labor and Disability Justice: Towards Solidarity!  When: Wednesday, June 28, 7 to 9 p.m. Eastern / 4 to 6 p.m. Pacific Where: Online, via Zoom Cost: FREE  »
REGISTRATION FOR THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW CLOSED. The workshop will be held on Tuesday, June 20 and will run 8-9:30 p.m. Eastern (5-6:30 p.m. Pacific). This is an online workshop and will be held via Zoom. This workshop will be led by veteran unionist and labor educator Richard De Vries from Teamsters Local 705. We can learn a lot from our mistakes - and those of others. In this workshop, we'll follow a grievance from beginning to end and ask: what went right? What went wrong? We will cover the investigation, the initial hearing, and more. »
Black-and-white photo shows people marching in a New York City street, carrying signs. In the center, looking directly into the camera with a slight smile, is a Black woman with a natural hairstyle, carrying a hand-lettered sign: "Dear Black and Brown children, Your lives matter! Don't allow this corrupt system treat you otherwise! Sincerely, Your Teacher. #BlackLivesMatter"
Wow! This event is already at capacity, so we have closed registration. It's great to see so much interest. But don't worry -- this workshop will be offered on a monthly basis, so stay tuned for the July event. This workshop will be held on Thursday, June 15, and will run from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Eastern Time (4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Pacific). This is an online workshop and will be held via Zoom. »
[Este es un mensaje bilingüe. Más abajo en español] Are you interested in organizing your co-workers? Do you want to solve problems that you see around you? Perhaps something unfair has happened to you or a co-worker and you want to do something about it? For us, that means getting organized. »
Photo: Jim West / REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. CHECK BACK NEXT MONTH These workshops are based on our widely-acclaimed book, Secrets of a Successful Organizer. These trainings will be held via Zoom. The sessions will run Wednesdays from 7:30-9:30pm Eastern (4:30-6:30pm Pacific) on June 7, 14, and 21. We ask that you attend all three workshops in the series. »
This workshop will be held on Tuesday, June 6, and will run from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Eastern Time (4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Pacific). This is an online workshop and will be held via Zoom. »
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. WALK-IN REGISTRATIONS ARE WELCOME - BUT PLEASE EMAIL AHEAD TO joe[at]labornotes[dot]org Bringing together union members, labor activists, and local officers, a Troublemakers School is an incredible space for networking, building solidarity, and sharing successes, strategy, and inspiration. It’s a real shot in the arm for newbies and seasoned activists alike. Members who attend will get inspired. Hear speakers from the front lines of recent struggles. »