Published annually since 1985, this calendar commemorates workers’ struggles with hundreds of notes commemorating important dates from the international labor movement, and more than a dozen photographs.
This year we remember strikes by port truckers who were among the first to face the gig economy, cotton pickers, teachers and textile workers who defied injunctions to demand better conditions and the right to organize and strike. We honor those who fought for safe working conditions, who struck in solidarity with coal miners, who refused austerity and misery and silence.
The 2023 calendar is 11 by 17 inches (open, folds to 8 1/2 by 11), with a color cover and black and white insides. It is union-printed.