By Amanda Katz / Labor Notes When Los Angeles educators joined school support staff on the picket lines last month, our solidarity strike helped them clinch a contract with a 30 percent raise. Riding that wave, yesterday educators reached a tentative agreement of our own, with a 21 percent raise, smaller classes, and improved staffing. Superintendent Alberto […]
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‘It needs to be understood how governments have facilitated inequality in the world. Billionaires don’t happen naturally. The rules by which a country’s economy operates is controlled by governments. If …
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On Wednesday, over half a million workers in the UK took part in a “mega strike,” the largest labor protest in the country in over a decade.
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