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Tuesday, March 5, 2024

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Tagged with: Unions

While they helped win WWII, Hunters Point Shipyard’s Black workers fought discrimination at home

Stacey Carter talk focused on valiant history of resistance and neglect leading to Board of Supervisors' apology.

City wastes millions on contracts with big out-of-town companies, report shows

More than $200 million goes for services city workers could provide much, much cheaper.

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.

The city has a new business tax plan—which doesn’t address economic inequality

We can tinker with 'revenue-neutral' changes, but SF is facing a massive fiscal crisis, and the big corporations and billionaires are still not paying their fair share.

COVID safety is a progressive responsibility

Government, media, institutions no longer work to protect us; we need to keep raising our voices and taking action.

City workers rally against Breed’s budget cuts

Labor unions talk about billions in outside contracts—but the local tax system needs to be on the table, starting now.

Screen Grabs: Terrific, complex ‘Teachers’ Lounge’ raises prickly moral questions

Plus: Unique 'Mami Wata' aims for Kurosawa-meets-Lynch, South Korean 'Concrete Utopia' offers grim action-satire.

Why is the Chron so freaked out about Socialism?

Yes, neoliberal capitalism helped create the homelessness crisis. What are we even arguing about that?

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