Join Live: Labor Notes Q&A With Activists from Biggest Fights of 2018
Labor might be on the ropes, but it still knows how to throw a punch. 2018 saw thousands of teachers, campus workers, and hotel workers hit the streets in support of bold demands. What does it take to strike and win in the new Gilded Age?
Join Labor Notes Assistant Editor Dan DiMaggio on Monday, December 17, at 9:00 p.m. EST for a video conference call with activists on the front lines of some of 2018's biggest labor fights.
Speakers will include rank-and-file activists on the frontlines of the 50,000 union member strike against the University of California system and the country's first charter school strike in Chicago.
This event is free and open to the public. Participants can join by phone or computer. Space is limited. You must register to participate in this call.
University of California Workers Strike for Racial Justice by Chris Brooks
Lessons from Teachers on how to Strike and Win by John McGough
Chicago Teachers Launch First Charter Strike in History by Barbara Madeloni
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