Thirty-nine years ago, Ramona Dockter became the first female freight train engineer.
"We are bringing this fight to the doors of the mayor and city council members, telling them what they are proposing is not enough."
For women, today is a sobering reminder that not nearly enough has been done to address unfair wages in this country.
A fiery labor orator, feminist and socialist, she served as president of the Women's Trade Union League.
A total of 146 workers - almost all of them immigrant women - were killed in a fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory.
Colleen M. Kelley, the NTEU president for the last 16 years, will retire at the end of the union's convention this August.
A new report from the Berger-Marks Foundation gives working women a "how-to" guide to establish women's committees within unions.
In honor of St. Patrick's Day, we offer a shoutout to Mary Harris "Mother" Jones (1837-1930).
The United Federation of Teachers was formed to represent New York City public school teachers on March 16, 1960.
The first suffragist demonstration took place in Washington, D.C. on March 3, 1913.