At the beginning of March, headlines of American newspapers were studded by an announced investigation into the bribing of colleges and universities for admission consideration. It was never a secret that having money increases one’s chances of getting into a… Read More ›
News and Analysis from the United States
Horrific Accident Claims the Life of a Food Processing Plant Worker. OSHA Investigating for Possible Safety Violations/
Courtesy NBC News. All rights reserved to the author and/or NBC news. By Elisha Fieldstadt A woman was killed Tuesday after falling into a meat grinder at her job at a food processing plant in Pennsylvania, the local coroner said…. Read More ›
The American Party of Labor Stands With Christchurch—No Platform For Fascists Anywhere, Build Solidarity Between Workers!
The American Party of Labor sends its firmest solidarity and support to the families of the victims of the fascist massacre at Christchurch, New Zealand, to those wounded, to those survivors suffering with the horrific events, and to all Muslims… Read More ›
The New York City construction worker protest scheduled for 3/15 been officially cancelled, as CountMeIn leaders announced on March 8th that a deal had been reached. In a statement released on their facebook and twitter, CountMeIn leaders stated that abandoning… Read More ›
From the Head of the APL Women’s and LGBTQ+ Commission on International Working Women’s Day: Working Women, Unite !
Edited by J. Palameda Today is March 8, 2019 and today we celebrate International Working Women’s’ Day. Our enemies derisively ask why this day should be marked, as it seems like on the surface women in the modern United States… Read More ›
The graduate student union at the University of Illinois at Chicago is preparing what they have called an “indefinite strike” beginning March 19th, unless their demands for higher wages and better working conditions are met by the university administration. Their… Read More ›