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NWU Passes Resolution in Solidarity with GM Workers in Columbia

Whereas at its 36th Constitutional Convention the UAW resolved: “We must win justice for our brothers and sisters around the world, if we are to win justice for American workers,” and “We must change the behavior and hold accountable employers that cast basic labor standards aside and deny workers their rights, regardless of where their […]

Workers Tell Their Stories

The non-profit arm of the National Writers Union is collecting stories, especially those of low-wage workers. Members Esther Cohen, Terry Schwadron, Ed Murphy, and Chris Rhomberg, who is also a Fordham University professor, work with interns from the school, who conduct the interviews in New York City.  UREL BERNARD BAPTISTE, Security Guard “I just came to the […]

The Many Faces of Self-Publishing

Traditional publishing has become so restrictive that many authors say, “Forget 7 percent royalties and giving up rights to media that haven’t been invented yet! I’ll self-publish.” That can be a great alternative. More accurately, it can be a lot of alternatives, including much higher royalties. But do your homework first, so you’ll know what […]