For forty years, the UAW has sought to act as management’s “partner” in running the auto industry. The results have been a disaster.
Dianne Feeley is a retired auto worker active with Autoworker Caravan, a rank-and-file group that grew out of opposition to the concessions imposed during the 2008–09 economic crisis.
Racism, inequality, and austerity politics were the culprits in the poisoning of Flint, Michigan. And residents are still living with the consequences.
The automobile industry takes massive risks with workers' and consumers' lives every day.
Last month's Supreme Court decision dealt a blow to the most zealous anti-abortion legislators.
Workers successfully fought for better contracts from Detroit automakers in the latest bargaining round. But they’re still plagued by historic givebacks.