Janitors who clean department stores in the Twin Cities announced two key developments in their campaign for better wages and working conditions.
The North Shore AFL-CIO Federation of Labor has launched a campaign to support the fight against racism.
CEOs of the largest corporations received a 16 percent pay raise in 2014, while the pay gap between CEOs and the typical worker widened to 373-to-1.
Union leaders hailed the Senate vote, which forces senators to postpone the debate on fast-track until after the Memorial Day recess.
The drivers demand that trucking firms recognize them as employees and bargain with them if they select the Teamsters.
"This is a day to protest against bad conditions for working people and join together to fight for a better world."
"The practice to remove more persons from the right-of-ways of American railroads endangers the general public."
The City of Los Angeles has been placed on notice that a possible strike may be necessary in the near future if negotiations continued to be stalled.
Apr. 15 was more than the usual day of demonstrations. It was a turning point in the unity, politics, and organization of the movement to end inequality.
Sometimes the conventional narrative the media tell about a news story feels so wrong I can't stand it.