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Labor United for Class Struggle (LUCS) Statement on Biden’s Anti-Union Action Against Railway Workers

Railroad and freight workers have long been the backbone of the American supply chain. They work long hours, make constant sacrifices, and are often on call 24/7; but it seems that the bosses have been asking too much for too long. These workers have endured cutbacks and stress so severe that many employees are blaming […]

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Harper Collins Workers set to Strike on June 20

Contact: Olga Brudastova, Local 2110 UAWCellphone: 646-715-5751Email: [email protected] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: HarperCollins Workers Announce One Day Strike on July 20 July 11, 2022, New York, NY__Unionized employees of HarperCollins Publishers will conduct a one-day strike on Wednesday, July 20. The announcement follows a 99% vote by union members to authorize a strike if the publisher does […]

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HarperCollins Workers Authorize a Strike

Contact: Olga Brudastova, Local 2110 UAWCellphone: 646-715-5751Email: [email protected] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 5, 2022, New York, NY__Unionized employees of HarperCollins Publishers voted by 99% to authorize a strike if the publisher does not agree to a fair contract. The union, Local 2110 of the UAW, represents 250+ employees in editorial, sales, publicity, design, legal, and marketing departments. The […]

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4,500 Atlantic City Casino Workers Reach Tentative Contract Agreement

Workers at Borgata, Caesars, Harrah’s and Tropicana avert strike deadline Atlantic City—Casino Workers at four Atlantic City casinos reached a tentative agreement with their companies late Thursday night, in advance of a July 1 strike deadline. The union’s worker negotiating committee at the MGM-owned Borgata and Caesars Entertainment-owned Caesars, Harrah’s and Tropicana casinos have approved the […]

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#SpectrumStrike: Worker’s Forgotten Fight Against Spectrum Cable

In 2016 the Federal Communications Commission announced their approval of a merger between Charter Communications, Time Warner Cable, and Bright House Networks. (1) Under the agreement Charter Communications would have majority control and cable systems would operate under their Spectrum Cable subsidiary. Little did anyone know this merger would lead to the longest ongoing worker’s […]

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Strike Date Set for 60,000 Film and Television Workers

LOS ANGELES, CA — International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees International President Matthew Loeb announced today that unless an agreement is reached, union members will begin a nationwide strike against the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) on Monday, October 18 at 12:01 a.m., PDT. Loeb said the union will continue bargaining with the […]