Over the past week, Las Vegas students and parents have been organizing walkouts and rallies in support of teachers at the Clark County School District (CCSD), the fifth-largest school district in the US with over 300,000 students and 18,000 teachers.
UAW keeps Columbia University postdoctoral workers on the job after overwhelming strike authorization vote
The UAW bureaucracy efforts to prevent a strike at Columbia or Mount Sinai go hand in hand with its effort to prevent an all-out autoworkers strike.
The tens of millions of student loan borrowers who must begin making payments in October are confronted with confusion and lack of information from the privately-owned corporations that service their debts under contract with the US Department of Education.
Unite educators and all workers behind the autoworkers’ strike! End poverty wages and unsafe conditions!
The strike by autoworkers against the Big Three automakers is part of a growing international wave of struggles against inflation, concessions and job losses.
Subscribe to our email newsletter to get news, analysis, and political perspective for educators, delivered to your inbox.
The Autoworkers Rank-and-File Committee Network calls for workers at every factory to organize now to fight for an all-out strike. At each UAW local, meetings must be held involving the entire rank-and-file membership to discuss and vote on resolutions demanding all-out strike action.
Stop the unjust disciplinary measures against Warren Truck workers! For an all-out strike against Stellantis, GM and Ford to win our demands!
We say to all our fellow autoworkers: an all-out strike is the only way for the auto companies to know that we’re not playing.
The Ford Action Committee in Sarrlouis has expressed solidarity with the workers of the big car companies in the US who have voted for a mass strike that could begin this week.
“Oppose the system designed to steal our wages”: US Postal Service workers found rank-and-file committee
The following the founding statement of the USPS Rank-and-File Committee, which was established in a meeting held September 3 to organize a fight against the Postal Service’s attack on jobs and wages, and the collusion of the postal unions bureaucracy.