Dianne Feeley

Dianne Feeley is an editor of Against the Current. She is a retired autoworker active with Autoworker Caravan, a network of active and retired autoworkers who advocate for union democracy and a non-fossil fuel transporation industry. She is also active in Detroit Eviction Defense.

International Appeal for the Immediate Release of All Political Prisoners in Russia

Opposition to the "War on Women"

Detroit Police, Image and Reality
Against the Current No. 211, March/April 2021

What About the Shootings?
Against the Current No. 211, March/April 2021

The McCloskeys as Keynoters
Against the Current No. 209, November/December 2020

Homeownership and Racial Inequality
Against the Current, No. 207, July/August 2020

A New Economy Envisioned?
Against the Current, No. 206, May/June 2020

Margaret Shaper Jordan, 1942-2020
Against the Current, No. 205, March/April 2020

Beyond the 2019 UAW Negotiations
Against the Current, No. 204, January/February 2020

Detroit Foreclosed
Against the Current, No. 203, November/December 2019

An Overview of Detroit's Affordable Housing
Against the Current, No. 203, November/December 2019

What the Sanders' Campaign Opens
Against the Current, No. 202, September/October 2019

Sandinismo Is in the Streets
Against the Current, No. 201, July/August 2019

Making the Green New Deal Real
Against the Current, No. 200, May/June 2019

GM Closures -- What's Next?
Against the Current, No. 198, January/February 2019

Colorblind Law -- NOT
Against the Current, No. 198, January/February 2019

Nancy Gruber, 1930-2018
Against the Current, No. 198, January/February 2019

Latin America Crises and Contradictions
Against the Current, No. 197, November/December 2018

State of the UAW
Against the Current, No. 195, July/August 2018

Can a Minority Overthrow the Majority?
Against the Current, No. 194, May/June 2018

Reproductive Justice in an Age of Austerity
Against the Current, No. 193, March/April 2018

Estar Baur (1920-2017)
Against the Current, No. 192, January/February 2018

How the UAW Lost at Nissan
Against the Current, No. 190, September/October 2017

Did Scandal Tip the Balance?
Against the Current, No. 190, September/October 2017

Mike Hamlin (1935-2017)
Against the Current, No. 190, September/October 2017

The People vs. Big Oil
Against the Current, No. 190, September/October 2017

A Tale of Two Detroits
Against the Current, No. 189, July/August 2017

Regulation -- Who Needs It?
Against the Current, No. 188, May/June 2017

Regina Pyrko McNulty (1923-2016)
Against the Current, No. 188, May/June 2017

Lillian Pollak
Against the Current, No. 187, March/April 2017

Abortion Victory
Against the Current, No. 184, September/October 2016

Detroit's Tax Foreclosure Crisis
Against the Current, No. 184, September/October 2016

Trouble Down in Texas (and elsewhere)
Against the Current, No. 182, May/June 2016

Destroying Detroit Schools
Against the Current, No. 182, May/June 2016

Auto's Permanent Temporaries
Against the Current, No. 182, May/June 2016

Big Three Contracts: Who Won?
Against the Current, No. 180, January/February 2016

The Art of Carnage
Against the Current, No. 179, November/December 2015

A Majority Black Police Force -- It's Not Enough
Against the Current, No. 177, July/August 2015

A Recipe for Killing a School System
Against the Current, No. 177, July/August 2015

Detroit's Foreclosure Disaster
Against the Current, No. 177, July/August 2015

Marx and the Family Revisited
Against the Current, No. 175, March/April 2015

What's Behind Detroit Happy Talk?
Against the Current, No. 174, January/February 2015

What September 21st Showed
Against the Current, No. 173, November/December 2014

Claudia Morcum, Civil Rights Righter
Against the Current, No. 173, November/December 2014

Is Water a Human Right in Detroit?
Against the Current, No. 172, September/October 2014

Detroit: Your Pension and Your Life!
Against the Current, No. 172, September/October 2014

Foreclosure Is Blight!
Against the Current, No. 171, July/August 2014

Richmond: Company Town or People's Town?
Against the Current, No. 171, July/August 2014

Update on Detroit
Against the Current, No. 170, May/June 2014

Reproductive Rights Assaulted
Against the Current, No. 169, March/April 2014

Black Workers, Fordism and the UAW
Against the Current, No. 168, January/February 2014

Which Way Out for Detroit?
Against the Current, No. 167, November/December 2013

Detroit: Restructured or Ravaged?
Against the Current, No. 164, May/June 2013

Reproductive Justice Needed
Against the Current, No. 163, March/April 2013

The Century of Rosa Parks
Against the Current, No. 163, March/April 2013

Back to the 1920s?
Against the Current, No. 162, January/February 2013

Other Horrendous Acts
Against the Current, No. 162, January/February 2013

Northern Freedom Chronicles
Against the Current, No. 162, January/February 2013

Flint Sitdowner: Olen Ham (1917-2012)
Against the Current, No. 161, November/December 2012

The Takeover of Motor City
Against the Current, No. 158, May/June 2012

Occupy and Detroit's Crisis
Against the Current, No. 156, January/February 2012

Big Three Auto Contracts: Lowlights of 2011
Against the Current, No. 155, November/December 2011

Women in the Paris Commune
Against the Current, No. 153, July/August 2011

Gutting Cities and Public Education
Against the Current, No. 152, May/June 2011

Detroit: Disappearing City?
Against the Current, No. 150, January/February 2011

Detroit Symphony Musicians on Strike
Against the Current, No. 150, January/February 2011

Bob King and the "New" UAW
Against the Current, No. 149, November/December 2010

The Long War at Staley
Against the Current, No. 149, November/December 2010

U.S. Social Forum in Detroit
Against the Current, No. 146, May/June 2010

Washington's Post-Cold War Coup
Against the Current, No. 145, March/April 2010

Guatemala Coup Fails
Against the Current, No. 145, March/April 2010

German Auto Workers in the Crisis
Against the Current, No. 144, January/February 2010

Saving Corporations, Sacrificing Workers
Against the Current, No. 140, May/June 2009

Bailing Out Banks, Smashing Unions
Against the Current, No. 138, January/February 2009

Labor's Disaster at American Axle
Against the Current, No. 137, November/December 2008

Everything's on the Line at AAM
Against the Current, No. 134, May/June 2008

Winter Soldier 2008
Against the Current, No. 134, May/June 2008

The Obama-Clinton Contest
Against the Current, No. 133, March/April 2008

Review: Riding the Bus to Freedom
Against the Current, No. 132, January/February 2008

Facing the Toyota "Pattern"
Against the Current, No. 131, November/December 2007

Auto Armageddon?
Against the Current, No. 130, September/October 2007

Finding Workers Power
Against the Current, No. 130, September/October 2007

Unselling War
Against the Current, No. 129, July/August 2007

Review: Escaping the Iron Cage
Against the Current, No. 128, May/June 2007

Reproductive Rights Today
Against the Current, No. 126, January/February 2007

War and the Culture of Violence
Against the Current, No. 125, November/December 2006

Pioneers of Resistance
Against the Current, No. 123, July/August 2006

A Record of Resistance
Against the Current, No. 121, March/April 2006

A Massive Crisis in Auto: Delphi, GM, the UAW, and Soldiers of Solidarity
Against the Current, No. 120, January/February 2006

Solidarity with Iraqi Labor
Against the Current, No. 118, September/October 2005

Women of Color & Reproductive Rights
Against the Current, No. 117, July/August 2005

Personal Reflections: Saving Social Security
Against the Current, No. 116, May/June 2005

Civil Liberties on Trial
Against the Current, No. 115, March/April 2005

U.S. Unions & the War
Against the Current, No. 113, November/December 2004

Nicaragua Twenty-five Years Later
Against the Current, No. 112, September/October 2004

The Contract Struggle at an Auto Parts Plant
Against the Current, No. 110, May/June 2004

Chronicles of A Long War
Against the Current, No. 109, March/April 2004

UAW: Undermining Solidarity
Against the Current, No. 106, September/October 2003

Labor Speaking Out Against Bush's War
Against the Current, No. 103, March/April 2003

Women's Experiences of War
Against the Current, No. 103, March/April 2003

The Battle of the Docks
Against the Current, No. 101, November/December 2002

Longshore Battle: Bush, Butt Out!
Against the Current, No. 100, September/October 2002

"Love for Sale," A Sex Trade Exhibition
Against the Current, No. 100, September/October 2002

Militant Islam in Central Asia
Against the Current, No. 99, July/August 2002

UAW Abandons Accuride Local
Against the Current, No. 98, May/June 2002

Sol Dollinger, 1920-2001
Against the Current, No. 98, May/June 2002

Accuride: A UAW Local's Lonely Strugge
Against the Current, No. 97, March/April 2002

Paramilitaries, Multinationals and Colombian Labor
Against the Current, No. 95, November/December 2001

Support Builds for the Charleston Five
Against the Current, No. 94, September/October 2001

A Painful Struggle for Renewal
Against the Current, No. 87, July/August 2000

Battle in Nicaragua's Maquiladoras
Against the Current, No. 87, July/August 2000

Eileen Gersh, 1913-1998
Against the Current, No. 77, November/December 1998

Leslie Reagan's "When Abortion Was A Crime"
Against the Current, No. 76, September/October 1998

The Struggles of Women in Brazil
Against the Current, No. 73, March/April 1998

Why Southeast Asia Burned
Against the Current, No. 72, January/February 1998

Court Ruling Hits Detroit Newspaper Workers
Against the Current, No. 70, September/October 1997

Recovering the Sandinista Murals
Against the Current, No. 67, March/April 1997

The '96 Nicaraguan Elections: How Aleman "Won"
Against the Current, No. 66, January/February 1997

Can Repression Save Indonesia's Suharto?
Against the Current, No. 65, November/December 1996

Ken Saro-Wiwa's Antiwar Masterpiece
Against the Current, No. 62, May/June 1996

Haiti: The Elections and After
Against the Current, No. 59, November/December 1995

How Washington "Aids" Haiti
Against the Current, No. 54, January/February 1995

Massacre in the Guatemalan Jungle
Against the Current, No. 53, November/December 1994

Central America After Reaganism
Against the Current, No. 45, July/August 1993

Backlash in the Workplace
Against the Current, No. 43, March/April 1993

A Party for the 21st Century
Against the Current, No. 41, November/December 1992

Movements of the Unemployed
Against the Current, No. 39, July/August 1992

Anita Hill--and Ourselves
Against the Current, No. 35, November/December 1991

Forging A Union of Steel
Against the Current, No. 33, July/August 1991

Ford Battles Mexican Workers
Against the Current, No. 27, July/August 1990

The Elections--And Afterwards
Against the Current, No. 26, May/June 1990

Childcare: Unfinished Agenda
Against the Current, No. 26, May/June 1990

A Comment on Reproductive Rights: Whose Right To Choose?
Against the Current, No. 21, July/August 1989