Saurav Sarkar is an independent writer based in the New York area. He has written for publications like Jacobin, The Nation, The American Prospect, In These Times, and others on race, labor, and other social and economic issues. He also previously worked as a business journalist for the Indian newspaper Mint.
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Inspired by India’s recent farmer protests, immigrant truckers and students are bringing fresh militant tactics to their struggle for worker justice in the greater Toronto area.
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In response to what workers say was particularly flagrant union busting at a Boston Starbucks after their unanimous vote for a union, baristas went on strike for three weeks.
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Narendra Modi’s hard-right agenda is rolling on, unimpeded by significant opposition in India. His latest attack: on 1.9 million undocumented people, with the intention of displacing Bengali Muslims from northeastern India.
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