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.
Thousands of workers at the City University of New York's 24 campuses will see improvements in their pay and benefits.
"I had to work out of necessity. My mother couldn't support my younger siblings alone, and I'm the eldest daughter."
Over 20,000 janitors statewide call for a strike against unfair labor practices by janitorial companies who contract with some of the most high-priced real estate owners.
Richard Trumka remarked, "We deserve better" than Donald Trump's racism.
On this day, one hundred years ago, the legendary working-class troubadour Joe Hill was executed by a firing squad.
No union can survive without being able to win contracts and thus being able to make substantial changes in wages and conditions.
Started in 1979, Detroit's annual Labor History Conference has continuously brought pressing issues faced by the worldwide working class to the front of academic scholarship.
On this day workers on three railroads in Buffalo, New York, went on strike for two weeks, one of the first work stoppages to attempt coordinated actions.
Two members of the British Parliament got a first hand look at the deplorable working conditions that thousands of tobacco workers in North Carolina endure.