The Industrial Workers of the World, also known as the "Wobblies," was founded at a 12-day convention in Chicago, June 27, 1905.
A multi-racial crowd of over 2,500 people rallied outside the North Carolina State Legislature Building.
They came from every corner of Pennsylvania yesterday, and some from New Jersey and New York.
The American Railway Union, led by Eugene Debs, initiated a boycott against the Pullman Palace Car Company.
This city's huge teachers' union has selected the candidate it prefers in the mayoral race now underway here.
On June 24, 1880, labor and women's rights activist Agnes Nestor was born in Grand Rapids, Mich. She moved to Chicago in 1897 and started working at the age of 14 in the glove industry
"We stand in Congress on the side of the 99 percent against the one percent. So we need this campaign, we need to raise the minimum wage."
Concession workers at San Francisco's AT&T Park, home of the Giants baseball team, are protesting lousy pay and attacks on health benefits.
In the height of the Cold War witchhunts on June 21, 1956, playwright and a giant of American theater, Arthur Miller, courageously defied the House Committee on Un-American Activities and refused to name any suspected communist.
On this day in 1893, the American Railway Union - one of the first industrial unions in the United States - was founded.