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#Matamoros: More than 45,000 workers go on strike on #Mexico’s northern border, shaking up the U.S. auto industry

Mexico: An unprecedented workers’ strike in Matamoros, Tamaulipas has generated million-dollar losses in the North American manufacturing sector. Business owners report losses of almost 100 million dollars per week after the start of the work stoppage on January 12.

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Two #Mexico’s, two universal alternatives: #Tlahuelilpan vs #Matamoros

Two pieces of news from Mexico currently appear in the press around the world: a new historical record in the number of homicides and the explosion of a Pemex pipeline in Tlahuelilpan, which has left almost a hundred corpses already. Everything in Mexico leads us to despair. But there is something important going on that the international media is not broadcasting.

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A comment to the ongoing dock conflict by #Uppsala Autonomous Students

Swedish territory: Statement about the ongoing dock conflict by Uppsala Autonomous Students .

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The radical worker politics of the Los Angeles teacher strike

If its demands are met, the historic teacher strike in Los Angeles has the potential to upend union orthodoxy across the United States.

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Build the Revolution: Anarcho-Syndicalism in the 21st Century

The Radical Education Department (RED) weighs in on the ongoing debate around syndicalism and organizing strategies, arguing that modern variations of syndicalism still offer powerful weapons for autonomous anti-capitalist struggles and movements.

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