The union workers of FairPoint believe in serving their customers, not kowtowing to the company's greedy Wall Street owners.
It is the only national museum devoted to the study of black life and culture.
In a Q and A with journalists from Detroit and across the country, addressing "inequality" in the workplace and community was a common thread.
The International Labor Communications Association honored the winners of its annual Labor Media Awards at a luncheon on Dec. 12.
It's getting there, but it's not too late yet to find that perfect holiday gift that carries a union label and is made in America.
Congress' year-end rush to approve a massive spending bill for the rest of fiscal 2015, and to extend a hodge-podge of special tax breaks, may produce little for workers.
Honorees and attendees alike showed what solidarity looks like at the 2014 People's World Amistad Awards, "People & Nature before Profits."
Implementation of new "free trade" pacts, and specifically the TPP between the U.S. and 11 other Pacific Rim nations, could lead to mass unemployment in Latin America.
Delta Airlines' decision to fire a veteran baggage handler for speaking out in support of low-wage workers has elicited widespread criticism.
American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten was arrested Dec. 4, in New York City while protesting the lack of justice in the recent police shootings.