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Chicago teachers’ tentative agreement benefits students

Chicago teachers’ tentative agreement benefits students

  Overcoming a last-minute snag from Mayor Lori Lightfoot, the Chicago Teachers Union, AFT Local 1, and their bosses in the Chicago Public School system reached tentative agreement on a...

November 8, 2019
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Labor Day, every day!

Labor Day, every day!

For a special Labor Day edition, The Specter talks with a young electrician and union organizer from Texas about the nuts and bolts (and conduit and wiring) of trade unionism.

BY: Zach Carlson| September 2, 2019
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The Radicalism of Martin Luther King Jr  and W.E.B.  Du Bois

The Radicalism of Martin Luther King Jr and W.E.B. Du Bois

This webinar explores theĀ  deepening of the ideological vision of WEB Du Bois and Martin Luther King Jr and their path towards consistent working-class and advanced democratic positions.

BY: Ed Carson| November 2, 2018
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Gawker.com interviews CPUSA head, John Bachtell

Gawker.com interviews CPUSA head, John Bachtell

John Bachtell talks about the 2016 elections, democracy, class struggle, and what real change might look like. 

BY: Hamilton Nolan| August 21, 2015
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Stagnation & Low Wage Organizing

Stagnation & Low Wage Organizing

Party Chairman Sam Webb examines  economic stagnation today, non-traditional labor, and points of strategic focus for the movements.  

BY: Sam Webb| May 28, 2014
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