Labor News

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Challenging the stereotypical “angry white guy” for Trump

A huge number of high school-educated white men don't go to Trump rallies: They're angry, all right - angry at being associated with Trump.

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Labor movement vows to challenge bigotry, bridge racial divisions

With the country facing serious questions of racial justice, the labor movement hopes to foster dialogue and solidarity.

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Why labor has stake in fighting for racial equality

"I'm going to stray from my usual convention speech; I'm going to talk about something that may be difficult and uncomfortable, but what I'm going to say needs to be said."

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Today in labor history: Petition sent to Congress to end Fugitive Slave Act

On January 2, 1800 the Philadelphia black community petitioned Congress to rescind the Fugitive Slave Act of 1793.