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United Action to Keep Workers Down

Just six percent of private sector workers belong to a union in the US, but that doesn’t mean we’re short of united action...

Climate Strike/Auto Strike: Same Struggle, Same Fight

  Twenty years after turtles and teamsters teamed up to battle the WTO in Seattle, labor strikes and climate strikes are coinciding everywhere but in the media, and that’s dangerous. If history is any guide,...

The Complete Picture of Our Work Culture

What if we told the people we cared about just what we thought of them more often, and not just the bad stuff...

A Love Letter to Long Island City

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gzpra1HL5YUAmazon might no longer be putting its headquarters here, but Western Queens and specifically, Long Island City are a new frontier for New York City's politicized land battles. A Long Island City preacher's son...

To hear Laura’s full, uncut conversation with Allilsa Fernandez, become a Patreon partner of the LF Show at http://patreon.com/theLFShow It may sound obvious, but the homeless can't stay home. So...

Covid Couldn’t Stop Worker-Owned Co-ops

When homecare workers at Cooperative Homecare Associates in the Bronx ran short of masks in the early days of the Covid pandemic, the worker-owners of Opportunity Threads in Morganton, North Carolina stepped...

New Media, Old Problems: Buzzfeed, Vox, and Vice Unionize

The media layoffs are here. It's new media’s sky-is-falling moment. Instead of the promised golden age, we're seeing rolling cutbacks and massive layoffs at digital darlings like VICE and BuzzFeed. Is that it for...

Checking Corona-Profiteers: Amazon

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Worker Co-ops Coped With Covid. Why Can’t Others?

Workers in Chicago, at the nation’s most famous tortilla factory recently staged a one day walk-out, only to find themselves locked out when...

Can Marijuana Create a Path to Justice?

Legalizing cannabis, repairing the economy. Our guests say, reparations and restorative justice for workers in the budding cannabis industry need to be a part of the conversation. 

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