The Bus Driver Strikes Mike Elk
After a long slump, more drivers are winning the right to collective bargaining. Now, the threat of privatization looms.
Kaiser nurses to hold 24-hour sympathy strike Nov. 19 in solidarity with Kaiser engineers National Nurses United
Thousands of Deere workers have been on strike for weeks, and now the GOP is blaming them for endangering the nation’s food supply.
Kyle Rittenhouse’s tears Jamil Smith, Vox
The 18-year-old who shot three men at a protest took the stand and resorted to a tried-and-true strategy for white men in trouble.
SFSU President Overrules Her Own Faculty Panel Rabab Abdulhadi
As with this week’s criminalization of 6 legitimate Palestinian human rights organizations by the Israeli government, SFSU chose to follow the Zionist playbook of demonizing all actions in support of Palestinian liberation and teaching about Palestine as “terrorism” and “anti-Semitic”.
How science really works Morning Star
The vast majority of academic science — the practical work of doing experiments, analyzing data, writing papers — is done by workers on fixed-term contracts. Whether Covid-19 or climate models, most of the labor is performed by staff on temporary contracts that last often just two years.
For all the talk of snarled supply chains, this is really interesting from Wells Fargo: Ports of LA and Long Beach are moving more cargo than ever, it's just they can't keep up with the demand. pic.twitter.com/OKOxFYXGiX
— Chris Rugaber (@ChrisRugaber) November 10, 2021
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