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"Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Saugus High School students and their families."
The United States needs “a working-class media” to “recover” control of the national conversation about income inequality, class and race and their intersection, social justice journalist Carla Murphy told organized labor communicators.
You are seeing activism all around this country by educators. Now what?

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Fires are raging everywhere in California these days, and firefighters are having enormous trouble keeping up.

National Nurses United, the activist and progressive nurses union that was the first to endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders’s 4 years ago, did it again.
Staff members at the Southern Poverty Law Center have formally filed election authorization cards to unionize.

In the first use of a 61-year-old Supreme Court decision, the Machinists (IAM) sued the National Labor Relations Board for throwing out their union recognition elect

Murray Energy Corp., the largest private coal mining company in the United States, filed for bankruptcy.
A 2019 survey funded by the National Institutes of Health found that 25% of 12th graders, 20% of 10th graders and 9% of eighth graders vaped.
AFSA members stormed Capitol Hill last week in conjunction with NASSP and NAESP as part of the first joint Hill Day.