Days after 1,000 union-inspired protests rattled America, tardy Texans held their statewide coalition march and rally.
Hundreds rallied at the Statehouse here Tuesday to protest Republican Gov. John Kasich's plans to gut workers' rights and public services.
Today, speedup has moved beyond the assembly line, to blue-, pink- and white-collar jobs everywhere, even in universities.
Public officials, labor, religious and community leaders in Cleveland denounced the "slash and sell" budget proposed by Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich at a town hall meeting last week.
A troubling homework assignment asked third-graders, "What is an illegal alien?" and whether the U.S. should put them to death, force them to work in the army or shoot them into outer space.
Miami Dade college will begin offering free tuition to local residents and discounted tuition to undocumented students.
Students, teachers and even one school board member protested education funding cuts.
Young activists are flocking to the Red School Bus Tour, sponsored by the People Before Profits Education Fund.
More than 300 Niles West High School students walked out of classes March 17 to protest anti-union legislation under consideration in Illinois' neighboring states.
"Youth apathetic? ... Anyone who wakes up before dawn to drive across the state and rally at the capitol is not apathetic!"