One hundred forty-seven years since Marx's Communist Manifesto, Robert Edwards publishes a retrospective of his political poems.
Los Angeles museum confronts Angelino and American ahistoricism. A recent event highlighted the lives of Great Depression-era women cannery workers.
The working class has gained a new champion in the concert hall with the rise of composer Julia Wolfe.
"Yes, it's glitzy and glamorous, but really it's about celebrating our union."
A new art installation by Russian artist Yevgeniy Fiks has opened at Pittsburgh's Andy Warhol Museum.
Neruda won the Nobel Prize for Literature "for a poetry that with the action of an elemental force brings alive a continent's destiny and dreams."
The history of labor during wartime is an enticing subject, the history of labor during World War II especially so.
Since the 1970s Sanchez has published a steady stream of poetry books and plays.
"The End Of American Labor Unions" is a good little book, packed with insight and analysis.
Tomorrow, Aug. 8, marks the 85th birthday of an extraordinary performing artist who is still very much among us and active.