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Southern Workers School Opens 2018 Session in Durham Sept. 14-16

by August 10, 2018
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Southern Workers School Opens 2018┬áSession in Durham, Sept. 14-16 On September 14-16, 2018, the Southern Workers Assembly (SWA) will hold the third annual Southern Workers School in Durham, NC. This school will include a series 9 workshops of education, training and development of organizing tools to help prepare SWA Read more »

Solidarity with North Carolina Education Worker Actions!

by May 15, 2018
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Solidarity with North Carolina Education Worker Actions! The Southern Workers Assembly sends solidarity to North Carolina education workers and their union! On May 16, teachers are taking personal days to mobilize by the tens of thousands to march on the General Assembly in Raleigh. North Carolina teachers and school workers Read more »

Solidarity with Oklahoma Teacher & State Worker Walkouts!

by April 2, 2018

Solidarity with Oklahoma Teacher & State Worker Walkouts! Deepen the class struggle, strengthen our unions and fight against austerity! The Southern Workers Assembly sends our solidarity to the education workers and their unions across Oklahoma that will stage walkouts in school districts across the state on April 2. This bold Read more »

Solidarity with West Virginia Teacher Walk-outs!

by March 5, 2018
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Solidarity with West Virginia Teacher Walk-outs! Deepen the class struggle, strengthen our unions and fight against austerity! The Southern Workers Assembly sends our solidarity to the education workers and their unions across West Virginia that are in a tremendous class struggle against austerity. For more than a week, rank-n-file educators Read more »

Mississippi union organizers at Nissan vow to fight on

by August 10, 2017
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Mississippi union organizers at Nissan vow to fight on Company threatened workers By Martha Grevatt posted on August 9, 2017 In July, union organizers at the Canton, Miss., Nissan vehicle assembly plant took a historic step toward becoming the first unionized plant of a foreign auto company in the U.S. Read more »