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New legal action is a path to Mumia Abu-Jamal’s freedom, but a re-ignited international mobilization is critical for victory

March 4, 2018

For over three decades, thousands of organizations and hundreds of thousands of individuals around the globe have mobilized to save Mumia Abu-Jamal from execution, to overturn his conviction, to demand his freedom. Without these international mobilizations, crucially including the organized labor movement, we would not have saved Mumia from two warrants of execution and compelled the state to concede defeat in trying to execute him.

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Joe Debro on racism in construction, Part 6

August 3, 2014

As more and more white unions gained entrance into the AFL, more and more Negroes lost jobs and the opportunity to enter others. Astute observers of the time noted that Negroes were being excluded from occupations which they once held under slavery, that Negroes were being segregated into separate locals in trades where whites and Blacks formerly worked side by side, and that the economic plight of the Black was growing worse while unionism advanced.

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Hundreds of protestors flood Detroit streets to protest water shut-offs

July 25, 2014

Hundreds marched in the streets of downtown Detroit on July 18 to protest water services being shut off for thousands of residents too poor to pay their utility bills. Nurses organizing the demonstration declared a public health emergency and called for a moratorium on the water shutoffs, a violation of human rights. The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department announced a brief reprieve.

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Filed Under: California and the U.S.
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Union PLAs block Blacks from construction

November 8, 2010

Construction unions have historically fought affirmative action and excluded Black hiring, and they are still getting away with it. They huddle up to the good unions and pay off our elected officials with campaign donations.

Chicago workers: ‘Don’t let it die!’

December 16, 2008

“This is the start of something,” urges Republic Windows worker Raul Flores. “Don’t let it die. Learn something from it.”

Blame the takers, not the makers

December 4, 2008

Recently we’ve seen a profound political distaste for the auto companies, with a special vehemence for the United Auto Workers (UAW), who are portrayed as greedy, lazy “ne’er-do-wells,” who are paid far more than they’re worth.

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