THE MAKING OF A REVOLUTIONARY
My anti-fascism sentiments turned to pro-socialist convictions about the same time my father got involved in the great On-to-Ottawa Trek.
COVER STORY: THE REAL AFRICA
Our participation in a week-long globalization school took us into the heart of Africa’s contradictions. A labour travelogue.
THANK YOU TO OUR 2007 DONORS
We couldn’t do it without you.
TALKING ABOUT ORGANIZING: FACEBOOK FACTS
Are sites like Facebook really adding anything to our ability to organize? The pros and cons of using the latest fad.
WORKING FOR A LIVING: A BLESSED RAGE FOR ORDER
My one-time husband had a theology book in his library called A Blessed Rage for Order. I never read it, but it aptly describes what drives my enthusiasm for my work as an editor.
Solidarity Matters in Manufacturing
Labour Film Festival * Ontario Against Privatization
ILO Decent Work Award * Migrant Worker Victory
Flickr (no “e”) is way more than just a place to store your picket-line photos, though it can do that for sure and for free.
HAVE YOUR SAY: RISING UP
We, the workers at General Motors in Oshawa, are proud Canadians who refuse to let corporations or right-wing governments destroy our culture.
REVIEW: ON THE GLOBAL WATERFRONT
The real story in this book is not really about the longshore workers known as the Charleston 5, but rather about a deeper analysis of racism and politics in the American South.
COMMENTARY: THERE OUGHT TO BE A LAW
In the last few weeks I’ve spent time with workers who do the same jobs as many of their co-workers, but for much less pay.