“By the hoboes, for the hoboes, of the hoboes.”
Having two major news sources in the city owned by notoriously anti-worker management can’t be good. For local journalism to be good, local journalism jobs need to be good.
Georgia-Pacific, a national papermaking giant, plans to close Green Bay’s oldest union paper mill amid a labor revitalization.
On Chicago's southwest side, activists say a massive new distribution center needs to benefit the community.
Before my junior year of college, in 1972, I worked at the manufacturing plant where my father was a foreman. It was an education.
The strike, which helped guide the UAW to prominence in the twentieth century, provides a blueprint for better working conditions and a revival of the middle class.