There is a strong, yet indirect, link to the Mexican government's attack on workers and current drug-related violence, analsyt Emile Schepers points out.
Migration talks are a start. But much more action, especially at the grassroots, is needed on Cuba.
The task for millions today in Haiti is to try to stay alive until help arrives and to try to save those injured in the earthquake.
The largest earthquake in 200 years hit the impoverished Caribbean nation of Haiti on yesterday afternoon.
Professor John Womack, an expert on Mexican labor history, has given up a prestigious prize, asking that it instead be awarded to the embattled Mexican Electrical Workers' Union.
A growing list of U.S. labor unions is expressing their solidarity with workers of the electric company that serves central Mexico, which is facing repression from the government.
CHICAGO – In an effort to share experiences led by grassroots struggles, leaders from Venezuela and local community groups here on the Southwest Side of the city came together to talk about what it takes to organize residents, fight for people’s power and encourage participatory democracy from the bottom up.