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Saladin Muhammad at Moral Monday: Raleigh, NC – May 19, 2014

Saladin Muhammad is chairman of Black Workers for Justice, headquartered in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, U.S. The Moral Monday demonstrations began in Raleigh, NC and have spread throughout the Southeastern U.S. They are demonstrations against austerity and for workers’ rights … Continue reading

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The Camel’s Nose in the Tent

As I was listening to a comrade describe his union’s dealings with management and the sly ways in which the latter were slowly but surely working to undermine the strength and unity of the union, I thought of the following … Continue reading

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Divide and Conquer – Works Every Time!

A CEO, a union worker, and a conservative, non-union worker are sitting at a table. There is a plate with a dozen twinkies on it. The CEO grabs 11 twinkies and turns to the non-union worker and says, “Watch out … Continue reading

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Fiscal Cliff Funnies

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Salt of the Earth: The Only Blacklisted American Film

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The Struggle for Leadership Within “Leaderless” Occupy

By Mark Vorpahl February 12, 2012 The current debate that has erupted within Occupy circles was built into this movement’s foundation. It has been sparked by much needed soul searching in the wake of a series of confrontations with the … Continue reading

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Worker Council: Tip #1

It should really go without saying, but we’re going to say it anyway: Every Prole, that is, every worker, should be a member of a union. Join or start a union at your workplace if you’re not already a union … Continue reading

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U.S. Military to Escort Scab Grain Ship in Longview, Washington

San Francisco Labor Council Resolution – Adopted January 9, 2012 by Unanimous Vote Whereas, EGT, a joint venture led by multinational grain giant Bunge, agreed to hire union Longshoremen when accepting millions in taxpayer funds to build a huge new … Continue reading

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