Gersh Reaches Agreement with WGA

January 17, 2020

Gersh has reached an agreement with the Writers Guild of America, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The agency is the largest full-service firm to date — its clients include Adam Driver and Patricia Arquette — to come to terms with the union, joining a growing list of agencies that includes Verve, Kaplan Stahler, Culture Creative Entertainment, Buchwald […]

Organizing to Win: Five Books about Labor in the United States

January 4, 2020

“As the Trump administration redoubles decades of Republican efforts to beat US workers and their unions into fearful submission, it’s worth thinking about where we’ve come from, how workers fought for some of the rights …” writes Laura Clawson in The Daily Kos. […]

Warren Announces Support for New North American Trade Pact

January 3, 2020

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) said Friday that she supports President Trump’s renegotiated version of the North American Free Trade Agreement, which passed the Democratic-controlled House last month. Warren, a 2020 presidential candidate, told Boston CBS affiliate […]

Eidlin: We Shouldn’t Be Nostalgic for Jimmy Hoffa

January 2, 2020

“Nearly forty-five years after his 1975 disappearance outside the Machus Red Fox restaurant in a Detroit suburb,” writes Barry Eidlin in Jacobin, “labor leader Jimmy Hoffa is sparking renewed interest, thanks in large part to Martin Scorsese’s latest movie The Irishman. Few have embodied the […]

1 2 3 30
UA-83546600-1 UA-145349484-1