Opinion: Bhaskar is Wrong – The Left is Not In Purgatory

By Henry De Groot Responding to Jacobin’s Bhaskar Sunkara, who writes in a February editorial that the socialist movement is stuck in purgatory, Henry De Groot contends that the last 10 years have been marked by incredible progress and that the socialist movement continues to take steps forward, even if we have work to do.Continue reading “Opinion: Bhaskar is Wrong – The Left is Not In Purgatory”

Uyterhoeven Only Candidate To Advance To Boston DSA Endorsement Vote

By Henry De Groot On Wednesday morning, the Boston DSA Electoral Working Group (EWG) announced the results of its candidate review. The EWG screens candidates and recommends them to the chapter to finalize an endorsement. A candidate forum will be held on Thursday, March 17 at 6:00 p.m., and the endorsement vote will take placeContinue reading “Uyterhoeven Only Candidate To Advance To Boston DSA Endorsement Vote”

MNA nurses of St. Vincent Hospital vote to keep MNA union

By Ri Banks and Jacquelyn On Monday February 28th, St. Vincent nurses voted overwhelmingly to keep their union and representation with Massachusetts Nurses Association. The 10-month St. Vincent nurses strike — the longest of its kind in Massachusetts history — came to an end in early January with a stunning victory for the workers. Raises,Continue reading “MNA nurses of St. Vincent Hospital vote to keep MNA union”

Clark Grad Workers Rally for Recognition

Clark University Graduate Workers United (CUGWU-Teamsters) gathered with supporters on campus Wednesday to urge the administration to voluntarily recognize their union.

Why Clark Grad Workers Decided to Unionize

We spoke with William Westgard-Cruice and Patrick Geiger, two members of the CUGWU-Teamsters organizing committee, about what drove their decision to organize, the administration’s “mental gymnastics,” and how grad student workers fit into the labor movement.

2021 and 2022: What DSA Is Building Across Massachusetts

Working Mass has collected short pieces from Massachusetts DSA chapter leaders and core members reflecting briefly on their chapters’ wins and weaknesses in 2021 and then detailing some of the big projects, important struggles, and political conditions they expect this year. The purpose of this is to encourage strategic thought and discussion within and acrossContinue reading “2021 and 2022: What DSA Is Building Across Massachusetts”

St. Vincent Nurses Reach Tentative Agreement as Strike Nears 300 Days

WORCESTER — Early Friday night, the Massachusetts Nurses Association announced a tentative agreement had been reached with Tenet Healthcare Corporation to end the nine-month nurses strike at St. Vincent Hospital. Pending ratification by the union’s membership at the hospital, the agreement provides safe staffing improvements and guarantees all nurses the right to return to theirContinue reading “St. Vincent Nurses Reach Tentative Agreement as Strike Nears 300 Days”