The criminal regime of the Islamic Republic has severely tortured a labour activist to the brink of death. It is more than two months that the workers of Haft Tapeh Sugarcane Agro Industrial Company in the Khuzistan Province of Iran… Read More ›
News relating to Organized Labor, Strikes, Unionization, and Worker’s Struggles in the Workplace.
International Conference of Maxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations: Hundredth Anniversary of the Third, Communist, International
Next year, 2019, the International Conference of M-L Parties and Organizations (ICMLPO) has decided to commemorate this hundredth anniversary. One of the future projects proposed in the ICMLPO is to organize the Marxist-Leninist Communist International, with the aim of promoting… Read More ›
The American Party of Labor Has Been Granted Observer Status in the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations
The following letter was received by the American Party of Labor from the Coordination Committee of the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations. Translation is by Red Phoenix staff. “Comrades Alfonso Casal, National Chair and, Víctor Vaughn, National… Read More ›
Statement of the 24th Plenary of the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations
To the Workers and Peoples To the Revolutionaries and Communists In Mexico we commemorate the end of World War I, which caused great, serious damage to humanity and which was also the scene in which the first proletarian revolution triumphed,… Read More ›
All over the country, you hear people say how well the economy is doing, Republicans brag about it, Democrats can’t deny it, and it’s repeated by every corporate news talking head. Yet, the boom of the economy moves parallel to… Read More ›
Statement of the American Party of Labor on the Vth Congress of the Revolutionary Peoples Front of Mexico
The American Party of Labor sends its warmest and most enthusiastic congratulations to our comrades of the Revolutionary Peoples Front (Frente Revolucionario Popular – FPR) of Mexico on the successful completion of their Vth Congress in Oaxaca this weekend. The… Read More ›
Photos obtained from CountMeIn Facebook Page Ekim KILIÇ New York On October 11th, union construction workers of the Hudson Yards came out to protest Related Companies CEO Jeff Blau outside of the Joseph Wharton Awards Dinner at the University Club… Read More ›
Lyft, Uber, and other rideshare drivers frequently drive during late night hours when demand is dominated by intoxicated passengers returning home from the bars. These are the most profitable times, but also the most potentially dangerous. Only weeks into her… Read More ›
Torn between the influence of gangs, drug dealers, prostitutes, thieves, and ethically depraved financial opportunities, Ernest set the goal of Honest Work for himself because he saw the destruction that desperate criminality entailed.
“Hold the Burgers, Hold the fries, Keep Your Hands off Our Thighs:” Fight for 15 mobilizes to fight Sexual Harassment in the workplace.
11:45am on a Tuesday is rush hour for many fast food workers. The loud squawk of the headpiece signaling the next onslaught of hungry customers, the overbearing shouts from management, and the spray of grease coating the arms of the… Read More ›
Revolutionary Communist Party (Brazil): “Karl Marx and the Importance of the Construction of the Communist Party.”
Translation by Red Phoenix staff Innumerable are Karl Marx’s contributions to humanity. Frederick Engels, his companion and inseparable friend in the joys and sufferings of life, affirmed, in his funeral speech that Marx was the greatest genius in history in… Read More ›
A statement from the Unión de la Juventud Revolucionaria de México (Union of Revolutionary Youth of Mexico), translated by Red Phoenix staff. Toluca, State of Mexico: The State of Mexico constitutes the most competitive node of activity and economic development in the country… Read More ›
On September 1, 2018, the contract between U.S. Steel and the United Steelworkers (USW) expired. Steelworkers under the previous contract had not received a wage increase in over three years, with many facing high out-of-pocket health care costs – upwards… Read More ›