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Crowd of UTLA teachers on strike in January 2019
Photo: Joe Brusky. It’s official! Registration is now open for the 2020 Labor Notes Conference. WHEN: Friday, April 17, 9 a.m. - Sunday, April 19, 3 p.m. WHERE: Hyatt Regency O’Hare at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport »
The Labor Notes Troublemakers School is coming to the Gulf Coast Region. Join union members and other local labor and community activists for a day of skill-building workshops, education, and strategy discussions to put some movement back in the labor movement. Program and speakers will be announced closer to the date of event. Where:  Corpus Christi Church 2022 Saint Bernard Avenue When:  Saturday, November 23rd. Arrive at 8:30 a.m. for registration, coffee, and light breakfast. Program begins at 9. »
Left half: woman with "on strike" sign; right half: woman leading workshop
It’s bigger than one workplace. Budget-cutting politicians and greedy corporations are pushing a coordinated agenda. Employers are looking to balance their budgets off the backs of workers, but workers are fighting back. Join Labor Notes and labor activists from around the area to strategize, share skills, and learn ways to organize to win. »
It’s bigger than one workplace. Budget-cutting politicians and greedy corporations are pushing a coordinated agenda. Employers are looking to balance their budgets off the backs of workers, but workers are fighting back. Join Labor Notes and labor activists from around the area to strategize, share skills, and learn ways to organize to win. »
It’s bigger than one workplace. Budget-cutting politicians and greedy corporations are pushing a coordinated agenda. Employers are looking to balance their budgets off the backs of workers, but workers are fighting back. Join Labor Notes and labor activists from around the area to strategize, share skills, and learn ways to organize to win. »
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. Forty-nine thousand auto workers are on strike at General Motors in the largest private sector strike since the last time union and company clashed, in 2007. Now, there is a tentative agreement with the company. In this webinar, rank-and-file autoworkers will debate whether to support the agreement and go back to work, or vote it down and stay out on the picket lines in the hope of achieving something better. »
Labor Notes and the International Labour Rights Forum are co-hosting a webinar on October 17 at 9:00 p.m. EST on how labor activists across Asia are building power in the face of multinational corporations. What are the opportunities and challenges for strengthening solidarity across the region? How can we organize in our own unions to build a movement that can tackle rising inequality across borders? How is state repression impacting how activists organize? These are some of the questions we hope to discuss with activists from Japan, Myanmar, and the Philippines. »

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