Union May Come to Ann Arbor's People's Food Co-Op

Last Wednesday, November 16th, the People's Food Co-op in Ann Arbor (PFC) took the first step in becoming a little bit more cooperative. Since May, the workers at the food co-op have been working to become members of a union. If all goes well, they will become members of the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) local 876. Last Wednesday, the workers went public, by announcing their campaign at a meeting of the PFC's board of directors.


Anti-Hate-Crime Self-Defense Classes

In the wake of the election, the United States saw a sudden rise in incidents of hate crimes1. And Ann Arbor was not exempt from this trend.

Michigan Stands with Standing Rock

In North Dakota, a historic gathering of Native Americans is taking place, to protest the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline1, at the invitation of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe2.