"Too many people have fought too hard, for too long, under tough conditions, for us to allow a handful of greedy billionaires to steal our democracy."
Forty-five years ago on this date, UFW Organizing Committee leader César Chávez called for a consumer boycott of lettuce.
A new 35-page white paper, "A Future for Workers: A Contribution From Black Labor," was released by the Black Labor Collaborative.
Modernized global economy requires a rewrite of the National Labor Relations Act and U.S. agreement and obedience to international labor law standards.
The book is a compilation of tunes, hymns, and songs to help build morale, promote solidarity, and lift the bleak spirits of the working class.
Beryllium is a heavy metal whose inhalation causes a chronic lung disease and may lead to lung cancer.
Thirty-nine years ago, Ramona Dockter became the first female freight train engineer.
By a 5-0 vote, the National Labor Relations Board on August 17 tossed out college athletes' - in this case, Northwestern University's football players' - attempt to unionize.
The strike became a bitter conflict that galvanized workers' support from around the country and internationally.
Ongoing campaigns to raise wages and improve working conditions in the Twin Cities are drawing national attention.