This week’s newsletter is dedicated to the memory of Tim Schermerhorn, who passed away this week. Tim was one of the guiding lights of Labor Notes, and was a champion of militant, democratic unionism in TWU Local 100, New York City’s transit union, and the broader fight for…
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Happy Labor Day! Lots going on in the past couple weeks, and I happened to write about a bunch of exciting new organizing efforts for Labor Notes: I did…
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STRIKES & NEGOTIATIONS Healthcare: The largest strike in the country this week remains NUHW’s 2,000 mental healthcare workers striking Kaiser across…
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Family visits, kids get sick, the newsletter gets neglected, then suddenly you’ve got to cover three weeks of activity and it’s just too much! To cope…
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STRIKES & NEGOTIATIONS 300 members of Operating Engineers Local 150 at quarries around Chicago have been on strike since June 7th, and voted…
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STRIKES & NEGOTIATIONS What’s old is new again, and Joe Biden has awoken from his slumber to stop a 120,000-worker rail strike that otherwise could have…
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STRIKES & NEGOTIATIONS The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, a Teamsters affiliate and one of a dozen and a half unions involved in…
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Hello, after an unplanned (but not unpredictable) hiatus! The Labor Notes Conference was a huge success, but sadly the weekly newsletter had to fall by…
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