unions

law

Four Reasons Brett Kavanaugh Is Scary That Go Way Beyond Abortion

Yes, he could cast the key vote reversing Roe v. Wade. But there's a lot more about this guy that should freak you out.
Matt Taylor
9.10.18
unions

Disney's Park Employees Just Won a Huge Victory Thanks to Their Union

After a long public campaign, employees of Disney World and Disneyland will get a minimum wage of $15 an hour.
Nicole Clark
8.27.18
mic dicta

NFL Cheerleaders Need a Union

The league's underappreciated performers are suing the league and speaking out about underpayment and harassment—but they may need to organize to get respect.
Christina Floozy, Esquire
8.20.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

How Columbia's Photography Students Protected the Picket Line

When the Ivy League institution's graduate workers went on strike, these classes decided to work in solidarity.
VICE Staff
8.10.18
Views My Own

Unions Just Got the Win They Deserve

On Tuesday night, organized labor scored a major victory in a red state, the latest in a series of small triumphs despite attacks from all sides.
Eve Peyser
8.8.18
poli-tbt-ics

The Time the Word 'Damn' Almost Got a Man Kicked Out of Congress

The strange, forgotten story of Thomas L. Blanton, one of the most notorious dicks in US political history.
Rebecca Fishbein
7.19.18
Despair

A Future Without Unions Is a Terrifying Dystopia

From even crazier rent to low pay to no weekends and shitty bosses, it's a lot like the world we live in now—just worse.
Matt Taylor
6.28.18
unions

A Second Trump Term Just Got Way More Likely Thanks to the Supreme Court

A historic decision against unions will hurt workers and could sap Democrats of political power for a generation.
Matt Taylor
6.27.18
poverty

When Working in Disney World Means Being Stuck Living in a Cheap Motel

As unionized workers in Florida haggle with Disney in hopes of a wage increase, some of them are living precarious economic existences.
Michael Sainato
6.1.18
Views My Own

The Supreme Court Just Declared Open Season on Workers in America

A high court decision Monday makes it easier for your boss to steal from you—and is part of a broad anti-union wave.
Matt Taylor
5.21.18
economics

Unions Want to Know Where the Hell All That Trump Tax Cut Money Went

Several unions are demanding that employers explain what exactly they're doing with they huge windfall Republicans gave them.
Livia Gershon
4.6.18
politics

A Massive Strike Is Actually Working

A weeklong holdout over teacher pay that seemed to end after the Republican governor made major salary promises dragged into Thursday. It could resonate in November and beyond.
Mason Adams
3.1.18