Popular Radicalism in the 1930s: The History of the Workers’ Unemployment Insurance Bill

While Bourgeois historians and contemporary “common sense” would have us believe that American workers are inherently conservative, the struggle for the Workers’ Unemployment Insurance Bill in the 1930s shows that popular movements can embrace radical…

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1,800 North Carolina Nurses Go Union in Landslide Victory

Republished From: https://www.leftvoice.org/1800-north-carolina-nurses-go-union-in-landslide-victory?fbclid=IwAR2TLQZ77DKzcocTQL2MLj0j8rL-i5ARAlx08RJ-De5-v7q6lnaJ2lt-SO0 Post on: September 17, 2020 Scott Cooper Nurses in Asheville, North Carolina won a big victory today: they voted to unionize, overwhelmingly, after many months of delay by the bosses and the…

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Five UN Special Rapporteurs raise concerns with Govt. on harassment of journalist Dharisha Bastians

Republished From: http://www.ft.lk/news/Five-UN-Special-Rapporteurs-raise-concerns-with-Govt-on-harassment-of-journalist-Dharisha-Bastians/56-706100 Concerned harassment will deter other journalists from reporting on human rights Letter says exposure of call data records, seizure of electronic equipment could endanger and compromise journalist’s sources SRs say pro-Government media…

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