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May 16, 2020

Opening the Economy? Their Plans and Ours The rush to open the economy has nothing to do with providing us with any real hope for our future. It is all about the profits of the banks and corporations. We won’t

Meatpacking Plants are COVID-19 Hotspots

May 8, 2020

In late April, President Trump ordered that meatpacking plants reopen after they were shut down because of COVID-19. He is more concerned about the companies’ profits than workers’ lives.

France: Die first, demand later?

April 3, 2020

Many workers are shocked that they are being made to return to work with promises of protective equipment when hospitals are short of it.

GE Workers Demand Ventilator Production

April 1, 2020

On Monday, General Electric (GE) factory workers held demonstrations at two different plants, with the demand that the company use its aviation factories to produce ventilators.

Instacart Workers Protest Conditions

April 1, 2020

Instacart, a company that lets you order groceries online and have them delivered from your favorite stores, has seen a boom in business since the coronavirus has forced people to stay home.

Go on Strike for Your Health and Safety

March 18, 2020

Now isn’t the time to blindly follow orders from bosses. To make sure our response to coronavirus is safe and just, workers need to take on-the-job action like sick-outs and strikes — as New York City educators have over the past week.

Some Fightbacks of 2013 Around the World

January 1, 2014

The following is just a short list of some of the social struggles that were waged across the world in 2013. January – France Hundreds of workers at the Citroen plant in the town of Aulnay north of Paris disrupt

Fightback Section (April 2013)

April 1, 2013

Hong Kong, March 28 – PRESENT – More than 400 Hong Kong port workers have been on strike against their employer HIT, a shipping company owned by Asia’s richest man, Li Cheung Kong. The workers have been on strike since

The Other Civil War: The Railroad Strike Of 1877

April 1, 2013

In 1877, a strike erupted across the U.S. which newspapers called an “insurrection” and even a “revolution.” Just twelve years after the civil war ended, railroad workers led the first nationwide strike in U.S. history. It was the first time

Fightback Section (March 2013)

March 1, 2013

Warren, Michigan – February 28th Workers at a stamping plant in Warren, Michigan went on strike. Chrysler’s sale of cars and trucks has more than doubled in the last few years. To meet the demands of production, Chrysler has moved

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