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Monday, May 23, 2022

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Labor

The case for class-struggle unionism

A new book says that only workers can save the labor movement.

SF hotels aren’t bringing workers back. Is that a ‘lockout?’

Labor law is complicated, but some workers say they want to go back to work—and the unionized hotels aren't calling them.

The end of mask mandates at Warriors games threatens workers

18,000 unmasked fans at Chase Center? What about the people who have to go to work there?

Labor organizing is a part of SF life

Reflections on winning and losing in the local and national movement.

Giants workers get record contract

Threat of playoff strike leads to a big win—but COVID is still a serious threat to the people who staff ballpark concessions.

Occupy San Francisco was a game-changer

Ten years later, remembering the movement that gave us "We are the 99 percent" and put economic inequality on the national agenda.

Giants food-service workers take job action, demanding safety

More than 200 briefly walk off the job and demand meeting with management; Giants brass ducks as strike looms.

Dandelion Chocolate workers’ union vote is approved by NLRB

On Thursday, after roughly five months, contested ballots cast by Dandelion workers deciding whether to unionize under International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 6...

With Ed Asner, you always got what you saw—integrity

Remembering a devoted, consistent, and aggressive labor leader.

DoorDash drivers go to CEO’s door to demand fair wages and working conditions

The company offered 120 precent of minimum wage when it wanted to pass Prop. 22. But workers say they are still getting a raw deal.

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