This morning I have #Flyskam as I'm having to fly to a meeting in Italy instead of taking the train.
The meeting itself was non-optional from our major funder's perspective, it is not possible to present or participate online.
If there were decent night trains linking all European capitals I would have taken the train, but just couldn't fit it in this time.
Are you feeling disenchanted or indifferent towards the upcoming election? One way to make your voice heard is by participating in the primaries. You can send a powerful message by voting in the races that matter to you or supporting the least popular candidate in a race where no good candidate exists. This approach is more effective than not voting at all or engaging in protest voting during the general election. It lets the political parties know that you are an active and engaged citizen who can be mobilized to support a good candidate, even if they aren't the party's first choice.
The level of anti-capitalist sentiment in the US today hasn’t been seen since the 1930s.
Labor radicals seized that moment to create the pivotal Congress of Industrial Organizations.
We should take lessons from their achievements — and their missteps
For a Model of Working-Class Mass Organizing, Look to the CIO: An Interview With Steve Fraser
The following is an interview conducted for Organize the Unorganized: The Rise of the CIO, a Jacobin podcast series produced in collaboration with the Center for Work and Democracy. Subscribe to Jacobin Radio to listen to the series (and don’t forget to rate us five stars so we can reach more people).