The 2020 uprising was a major event by whatever measure you use. But rigorous analysis of it remains limited.
The following is an interview with New River Workers Power based in Christiansburg, VA. NRWP has helped to organize a strike of Target workers in the New River Valley area with the demand to terminate an abusive supervisor and for recognition from the company. They have already won their first demand. The interview was conducted
By James Frey The following piece, by James Frey, was originally posted at Libcom, and is the story and analysis of organizing in a precarious workplace in New York, where a significant part of the working class works at-will, without health insurance, and several jobs at a time. The piece includes important lessons for organizing
with Wen Tituba’s Revenge is a collective of anti-capitalist nonprofit workers who are majority queer women of color in NYC. We began to get together this year to discuss the challenges and contradictions in our workplace and aimed to develop tools and analysis as a collective to deal with workplace exploitation. We read Marxist-feminist texts
the longtime absence of a sustained rank-and-file labor movement in the US has left the current generation of shop-floor, rank-and-file labor militants without any institutional means to learn the skills we’ll need to build strong workplace organizations. the folks here at Gathering Forces have turned to the writings of Stan Weir and the Sojourner Truth