As we celebrate the life and historic contributions of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., public workers are under fierce attack across the country.
New Yorkers have long assembled to commemorate the anniversary of one of the greatest travesties in United States labor history.
An unexpected commotion disrupted routine in a busy city center on an April morning one hundred years ago.
Some 10,000 women workers in the needle trades, mostly Jewish and Italian, took to the New York City streets to demand higher wages.
Everyone's heard of the Academy Awards, but few know the anti-union origins of its sponsor.
The biggest victory of the strike is it showed that organized working people can stand up to the forces who are trying to destroy their organization.
Two of the four Foner brothers who were leaders in the American labor movement were born on December 14 in 1910.
Writer Dalton Trumbo was born on this day 110 years ago. He won two Academy Awards while blacklisted.
On this day in the year 1170 BCE, the first recorded strike took place against the building of pyramids.
On this day, one hundred years ago, the legendary working-class troubadour Joe Hill was executed by a firing squad.