In a historic victory, the workers voted last year to be represented by an independent union. Now they have a contract.
In the 1970s, Uvalde students led the struggle for equal opportunity within Texas’s segregated school system.
Millions of U.S. citizens cross the Southern border each year to flee expensive care, even with health insurance.
Multinational corporations are plundering our rivers and groundwater, say Mexico’s Indigenous activists.
Experts have long decried the “scientifically baseless and politically motivated” expulsion policy.
A coalition of Indigenous activists prevented the extraction of water by transforming the plant into a community space.
This is a break from corrupt unions tied to elites who cut deals with corporations to keep wages and benefits low.
The commission’s mandate must include family separation and mass deportations that clearly violated international laws.
Independent unions at other plants have won higher wages and benefits than those under Mexico’s largest trade union.
A victory by the independent union would be a big step toward challenging the dominance of employer-friendly unions.