"Jobs in the auto industry helped build America's middle class, but today they are adding to the nation's low-wage crisis."
"The movement for social and economic justice is growing faster in the South than anywhere else in the U.S."
Labor's Council for Latin American Advancement is advocating "strategic investment" in organizing Latinos and more use and promotion of workers' centers.
With another government shutdown looming, federal workers' unions are advising their members on how to cope with a sudden halt to their paychecks.
One of the most striking findings: On average, Latinos that belong to a union earn $11,544 more than non-unionized Latinos.
"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."
Carpenters president Douglas McCarron introduced Clinton as "the next president of the United States."
The Letter Carriers endorsement is important, as the union has members in every state in the U.S., plus Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
"This country is having an important debate about raising wages and tackling income inequality."
"Black workers have been, for the working class as a whole, the canary in the mine."