Direct Action > The Grievance Process

Saw this on Facebook today and I'm only just now realizing it's actually from October of last year. Nevertheless, it's great. In These Times interviews Stanley Aronowitz, lifelong labor activist, author, and CUNY graduate sociology professor, on the state of today's labor movement and the way ahead. Some highlights: "...[A]gitation for an anti-capitalist politics can’t wait … Continue reading Direct Action > The Grievance Process

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The Soul of the New Hampshire Labor Movement

“Every worker deserves a voice in their workplace,” says Matt Murray, founder of New Hampshire Labor News. No joke, if you aren’t down with NHLN, stop reading this and click the link. Get over there immediately. Follow them on Twitter and like them on Facebook. They make it really easy for you - subscribe and … Continue reading The Soul of the New Hampshire Labor Movement

Selective impotence – lessons from the TPP

The next time unions or progressive democrats say they just can’t do anything right because they just can’t, remember what happened last Friday with the Trans-Pacific Partnership. In the spirit of gallows laughter – which is sometimes all we’ve got – I’ve a certain measure of perverse explaining this issue to inquiring minds over the … Continue reading Selective impotence – lessons from the TPP