"It's outrageous that Bill Gates says he supports public health programs, and yet he's the primary owner of a company that locks out its workers."
Until recently, the situation of domestic workers - nannies, caregivers, housecleaners, etc. - has largely stayed below the radar.
Coca-Cola's attempt to get rid of the Teamsters and a union contract in Las Vegas fizzled out like so much bad soda.
The walkout was one of dozens against the retail giant across the nation protesting Walmart's bully tactics aimed at silencing the "OUR Walmart" worker upsurge.
The night before the strike, hundreds of port workers, union and community supporters gathered at the airport to launch the action.
I know this is not the Christmas story you were hoping to read, but it is one that must be told.
Warehouse workers vowed to walk off the job this week if retaliation at a Walmart-contracted warehouse does not end.
"We're not fighting for any extra - just to keep what we have."