Today in labor history: On May 23, 1934 workers in Toledo Ohio, overcame police and company strike breaking efforts.
Labor groups, Latinos, African-Americans, women, and students must unite in a years-long campaign to restore and reclaim workers rights.
A coalition of progressive groups, led by the AFL-CIO, will unveil a joint platform this summer.
Labor, community and faith allies, along with low-wage workers have something to be excited about here in the Show-Me-State.
For over 30 years the labor movement has faced relentless corporate, political, and right-wing attack. And since the "great recession," this attack has risen in intensity and viciousness.
Former President George W. Bush lost U.S. jobs during a good economy. Obama has created jobs during the disastrous economy he inherited.
The Associated Builders and Contractors proclaims itself the national voice of non-union construction companies. However, it actually represents just a small share of U.S. contractors.