REGISTER NOW for the 2017 Labor Research and Action Network (LRAN) national conference that will be held Thursday, June 8th and Friday, June 9th at Howard University in Washington DC, hosted by the Department of Political Science. Scholars, labor practitioners, and activists from across the country will convene to share news ideas and lessons learned, […]
BY JEFF SCHUHRKE When 100,000 protesters occupied the Wisconsin State Capitol in early 2011 in an … Learn More...
The Labor Research and Action Network (LRAN) is a dynamic collaborative effort to connect workers’ rights organizations, academics and students to build workplace and economic power for working people in this country. The LRAN online community includes a website, listserve, and an experts database to facilitate connections between scholars and practitioners working on worker campaigns. […]
BY JEFF SCHUHRKE When 100,000 protesters occupied the Wisconsin State Capitol in early 2011 in an attempt to thwart Governor Scott Walker’s bill revoking the rights of public sector employees, a group of labor researchers and scholars were motivated to coordinate their efforts to better serve the interests of the working class. “We knew we […]