Labor News


Miners and farmers challenge Mexico’s copper giant

"The government and Grupo Mexico are making history but backwards, taking away the right to strike and the right to industrial safety."


Today in labor history: Starving farmers demand food

In the depths of the Great Depression, some 500 farmers marched into the town of England, Ark., to demand food for their starving families.


Farmers union urges senators to back public option

The National Farmers Union joined the fight for health reform Thanksgiving weekend with a reminder to wavering farm-belt senators.