Brown Wooden Gavel on Brown Wooden Table

Labor Law as a Shield

It can be a mistake to treat organizing as a fundamentally legal struggle. Here’s how to use labor law as a smart organizer.

Reflections on Organizing with 9to5

Debra Bergen reflects on her time with the working women’s organization 9to5 and its similarities to EWOC’s approach to organizing

Police Unions: A Fraudulent Solidarity

Are police unions like other unions? Do they have a shared interest with other workers? Or are they an enemy of the working class?

The Great Railroad Strike of 1877

A major railroad strike in 1877, “the Great Upheaval,” kicked off one of the first nationwide worker uprisings in this country.