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    Smash the machines

    As Big Tech unleashes new technologies increasing worker surveillance and eroding working conditions, workers can learn from the Luddites’ example.

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    Dreaming of home care futures

    Without a public home-care system, disabled people are forced to choose between living in a long-term care home, medical assistance in dying, and hiring an underpaid migrant home-care worker.

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    Inflation, bargaining, and worker power

    Workers are fed up with measly wages that don’t pay the rent while their bosses’ profit margins soar.

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    How to start a worker-owned restaurant

    The Allium was a community hub with a vision for a more equitable service industry. Now closed, its success offers lessons for future worker-owned co-ops.


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