Here Are the NYT CEO’s Latest Excuses for Union Busting
In a meeting with staffers, Meredith Levien had several reasons for why she's fighting her paper's newest organizing effort.
Essential Workers Are Over This Shit
What workers at McDonald's and Connecticut nursing homes say about the state of the labor movement after COVID.
Biden’s Ready to Make Surviving In America Harder Again
There was a fun announcement today.
Meet the RNC-Linked Law Firm Behind Duke’s Anti-Union Crusade
The long, sordid history of Ogletree Deakins.
Bessemer Was Not the Beginning or the End
It was a bitter disappointment, but it's not over.
Duke University Press Workers Are Unionizing—And Gearing Up for a Fight
It's still unclear how the notoriously anti-union school will respond.
Marco Rubio Is Giving Capital a Way Out
History says they'll probably take it.
Meghan Markle's tribute to unions in her Oprah interview was a welcome surprise.
Why Won’t Joe Biden Touch the Biggest Union Drive in America?
Backing the Amazon union should be an easy call. Biden won't do it.
Don’t Be Mad at Teachers for Not Wanting to Die
The hysteria around school reopenings is out of control.
Talking to Kim Kelly About the Most Electrifying Union Drive in America
That and much more in today's What Now newsletter.
The Shameless Greed of Kroger, Our New Capitalist Supervillain
The Kroger Company is pulling in record, billion-dollar profits—and refusing to pay its frontline workers an extra $4 an hour.
Jeff Bezos, Enemy of the People
As he steps down from Amazon, his brutal anti-worker legacy can never be forgotten.
Silicon Valley Dorks Are Freaking Out About the Google Union
Tech workers are organizing. No wonder the bosses are losing their minds.
The Pathetic Stimulus Won’t Be Enough to Help My Mom
She got laid off while Congress worked out how many struggling people to betray.
No Seriously, Fuck You, Andrew Cuomo
We know how this went the first time. We can't let it happen again.
‘Personal Responsibility’ Won’t Save Us From a Pandemic
We're in this crisis because governments have abandoned us—not because of individual failure.
The Fight Is Never Over
A tumultuous week in the digital media labor movement is a reminder that the struggle for basic workers' rights is eternal.
The Eviction Crisis Should Be Biden’s Top Priority
It's both a dire moral emergency and good politics.
Why They’re Not Calling It a Strike
Acknowledging that most of us are workers and workers can withhold their labor is a stark challenge to the status quo. It also doesn't happen all that often.