Fifty years ago, the great grape strike started in Delano, when Filipino pickers walked out of the fields on September 8, 1965.
One of the most striking findings: On average, Latinos that belong to a union earn $11,544 more than non-unionized Latinos.
The 5,000 teachers in Seattle's public schools suspended their six-day strike amid strong displays of solidarity on their picketlines.
"We care about workers' rights, which are in a shambles and are a disgrace, but we can't win these fights if 30 million people can't vote."
"We are the ones who pay for the government of this state and country with the labor of our hands."
Carpenters president Douglas McCarron introduced Clinton as "the next president of the United States."
The Amalgamated Bank of Chicago will use $35 million it gained from sale of its old headquarters to expand its services and products for workers.
Tenure has played an important role in protecting educators when participating in their workplaces and communities.
Five thousand Seattle school teachers spent the day honoring those who died in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack.
Walmart suddenly closed five stores giving its employees only a few hours notice and laying off an estimated 2,200 workers.