West Virginia school employees have achieved a major victory. What made this strike successful?
West Virginia’s historic wildcat strike has the potential to change everything.
West Virginia shows that we can fight back and win. We talk to two teachers to assess the tentative settlement and what comes next.
The West Virginia teacher strike represents a return to public worker unionism's radical roots.
West Virginia has been the site of mass labor militancy many times before. Here are some of the highlights.
An update from West Virginia, where it's virtually certain the strike will continue on Monday.
It's unclear how the standoff between West Virginia workers and the state senate will end, but if nothing else, this week’s decision to keep striking is a reminder that the rank and file can lead.
Without the bold initiative of a core of deeply rooted, radical teachers, there would be no strike in West Virginia right now.
West Virginia teachers are engaged in an inspiring illegal strike. They’re also showing why we desperately need Medicare for All.
One lesson from the West Virginia teachers’ strike is clear: nobody is coming to save us. We’ll have to do it ourselves.
"We’re not going back to work until there’s solid proof that our demands are going to be met," a teacher unionist on strike in West Virginia tells Jacobin.
West Virginia’s teacher strike started over pay and benefits. But it could end up transforming the state's politics.