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N.C. City Workers Launch Statewide Organizing Campaign – Fight for Workers Bill of Rights & Host Statewide Summit

by December 14, 2016
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UE local 150, NC Public Service Workers Union has launched an exciting new campaign to organize a statewide movement of city workers. In Greensboro, several hundred workers have expressed interest in joining the union and formed a strong Organizing Committee over the last few months. Workers from cities across Read more »

Uniting Workers at the Point of Production and Service Against the Racist Police Killings

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By Saladin Muhammad Since the September 11 World Trade Center attack, the presidential administrations, campaigns and the current 2016 presidential election, have intensify the levels of government repression against working-class Blacks and people of color, and Muslim’s, contributing to widening the divisions within the general US working-class. The militarization of Read more »

Fight for $15 stages national strike, civil disobedience across US and South

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By Ben Carroll, Raise Up On November 29, fast food and low wage workers in over 300 cities across the US and the South went on strike demanding at least $15/hour and the right to form a union at McDonalds and other fast food restaurants. They were joined in these Read more »

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During Election rush, Workers School lifts up Southern organizing

by August 17, 2016
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During Election rush, Workers School lifts up Southern organizing By Dante Strobino Raleigh, N.C. Workers from 12 Southern cities, several workplaces and a number of unions gathered here for the Southern Workers School over the Aug. 5-7 weekend to continue their study of the political economy of the Southern region Read more »