David A. Love
In the capital of the old Confederacy, Virginia Commonwealth University workers organize for their rights and their community.
David Bacon
“Unions for farmworkers are the first, most basic step to power” – and democratizing the food system will be impossible without them.
Frontline Dispatches
Passage of the PRO Act could fortify both workers’ rights and working-class power
Lauren Jacobs
Grace and rigor, solidarity and commitment to training the next generation are all essential for movement leaders.
Rand Wilson and Peter Olney
Unions need to start organizing for 2022 now, forming “ballot brigades” and pressing for the near-term wins that will help move voters.
Black Work Talk
In conversation with Black Work Talk host Steven Pitts, JWJ’s Erica Smiley analyzes fissures on the right, suggests we raise our sights.
Kathleen Mulligan
The second installment of OrgUp’s leadership discussion shares eight years of lessons from the National Labor Leadership Initiative.
Jeff Ordower
Let's invest in infrastructure to support organizing alongside or outside of unions, base-building groups & nonprofit organizations.
Jackson Potter
Chicago Teachers Union leader Karen Lewis helped spark the growing national #RedforEd movement for investment in school communities.
Karen Nussbaum
One of the founders of 9to5 reflects on the new film documenting office workers’ organizing in the 1970s
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