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Saturday, February 24, 2024

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Labor

Health workers demand an end to dangerous staff shortages at SF General

Contracting out will be a huge issue in this year's labor talks—and the fall election.

It’s Valentine’s Day. I was ghosted by my ‘partner’ of eight years

Uber and Lyft call us "partners,' not employees. We're sick of the way they treat us—which is why Gig Workers Rising matters.

The hidden political history of SF’s 1906 earthquake and fire—and what it means today

Social class, race, and labor played a huge role in what happened—and how the city recovered.

Who are these nice people who say they want me to get a raise?

Turns out it's a rabid anti-labor group that wants to destroy public-sector unions.

Surprise price hike spurs talk of video game developers organizing

Young industry has been shy of unionization—but as a major game engine changes its terms, 'democratizing' gains strength

Bandcamp layoffs paint bleak picture for indie musicians and union organizers

Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz, John Darnielle of Mountain Goats, more weigh in on rough blow to local fan-favorite platform.

Plan to put police funding in City Charter creates huge public safety risks

Labor activists say Dorsey measure would threaten a wide range of public-safety programs; it also won't work.

SF teachers vote to authorize strike

Janitorial, clerical, and food staff also ready to walk.

Supes tell nonprofit that gets lots of city money to stop ‘union busting’—now

Felton Institute has tens of millions in city contracts, is fighting SEIU, and may have spent public money on an anti-union law firm, testimony shows.

All about most people: Illuminating the history of the California labor movement

'From Mission to Microchip' author Fred B. Glass talks about how his City College course makes the long struggle relevant today

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