accounts

Holding the line: informal pace setting in the workplace

Juan Conatz recalls an experience working in a warehouse which was trying to increase productivity and the resistance that some of his co-workers responded with.

On Contracts

An article by Phinneas Gage dealing with collective bargaining agreements between a small shop and the Canadian postal workers union.

The shoe nazi

This is a story about race, class, and poverty, from a friend who writes a blog anonymously as Invisible Man.

Caring: a labor of stolen time

Our friend Jennifer Ng wrote this about her job and her organizing at a nursing home. It deals with a lot of issues about the commodification of life and of death under capitalism as well as issues of race on the job, and the specifics of caring work.

My body, my rules: a case for rape and domestic violence survivors becoming workplace organizers

Liberté Locke, a Starbucks Workers Union organizer, writes about how violence at work and in our personal lives are similar, how domestic abusers and bosses use the same techniques of control and that we need to fight both.

Wage Theft Picket

An account of a campaign to win a worker's back wages through pickets and the threat of escalation.

Health Clinic Organizing

Todd Hamilton's account of building committees and acting on grievances through direct action in health clinics.

Liverpool N30

A brief reflection on today's march and rally in Liverpool

Wherefore Art Thou Supervisor?

J.Pierce talks about the time they refused a supervisor position at a recycling center.

Anti-fascism in Russia: Notes of a co-conspirator

Ivan Khutorskoy

Personal recollections on fighting fascism in Russia, two years after the murder of Ivan Khutorskoy.