Elizabeth So and Karen Jutzi on how members of the Elementary Teachers of Toronto fought to transform their union local’s executive – and won.
Mani Moksha on “labour-saving” artificial intelligence as a tool of managerial control, and how the tech workers involved with AI might join forces with less advantaged workers to fight back.
Ian Liujia Tian on truck drivers’ strikes in China, and the role played in that militancy by those drivers’ wives (Kasao 卡嫂).
Misha Falk on anti-work politics, their appeal and their limits, and how they relate to building working-class power.
Mostafa Henaway on Amazon’s insidious labour model, its continuities and ruptures with shop-floor dynamics of earlier decades, and how to fight it.
Moe Alqasem and Hassan Husseini on the need for the Canadian labour movement to escalate beyond performative, symbolic solidarity in its support of Palestinian liberation struggle.
Christine H. Tran on cultural work, labour organizing under digital capitalism, and collective alternatives to the entrepreneurial ethos of “do what you love.”
Selena Hofmann on organizing strategies for hairstylists, a neglected layer of the working class.