More generally, members can go to www.dailykos.com and click on the “Labor” bar at the top for a range of material about what’s happening to workers and unions; there are several posts each day. Anyone can register at the site, then post a diary on the blog (and choose the tag “labor” so your diary shows up on the labor part of the site). Daily Kos has about 600,000 readers a day; obviously, a small percentage of them will read any given diary, but there’s at least an opportunity to attract a significant audience.
Another good source for labor information is to register for Portside Labor, which sends out one story a day about events in the world of labor. To register, go to: http://portside.org/subscribe-and-unsubscribe
Full disclosure: my daughter, a sociologist, wrote the recommended essay, writes for Daily Kos and is its labor editor.
Dan Clawson, University of Massachusetts Amherst