Love is a powerful emotion. It's love that drives the Campaign for Fair Food. And so we will never tire of asking Publix to come to the table.
Without other ways to redress these grievances, people undertake nonviolent civil disobedience; they break some small law rather than ignore a larger injustice.
As the largest Black Friday strikes and protests scheduled for Nov. 28 rapidly approach, the growing calls for change at Walmart continue.
On Nov. 25, 1952, and following the death four days prior of William Green, George Meany became the new president of the AFL.
Short-haul truckers at the nation's largest port again had to strike over terrible working conditions and employer exploitation.
Lauren McFerran, President Obama's nominee to an NLRB seat, pledged she'll bring a judicial attitude to the five-member panel.
"The fight against income inequality starts at Walmart. We are proud to stand with Walmart workers this Black Friday to speak out for fair pay and respect."
Just nine days before workers are planning Black Friday protests at more than 1,000 Walmarts, the country's largest employer is contributing to the hunger crisis in the United States.
The workers who run Social Security are launching a campaign against future budget cuts.
On November 19, 1915, labor leader and songwriter Joe Hill was executed in Utah on what many believe was a framed charge of murder.