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A Q&A with Frank Bardacke, whose new book Trampling Out the Vintage complicates the legend and legacy of Cesar Chavez.
Not content with their successful assaults on public workers, Republicans are set on destroying private sector unions, pushing “right to work” laws with false promises of job creation.
Faced with the retail giant's continued suppression and intimidation, Walmart workers have found untraditional ways to unionize.
Pulaski Schools Superintendent Mel Lightner has denied that the tune played by the Pulaski High Schools "Red Raiders" was Woody Guthrie's "Union Maid."
Beating back Ohio's anti–collective bargaining bill was a gratifying win, but now progressives must play offense.
Two days ago, postal workers staged nearly 500 rallies throughout the nation to protest newly-proposed Republican legislation—which, if passed, would gut services and cut up to 120,000 jobs.
The NLRB has proposed a rule change that would make it much easier for workers to organize. No wonder the business lobby is up in arms.
Bailouts saved the Big Three from collapsing, and Obama was in town on Labor Day to celebrate—but auto jobs alone won’t keep the city’s workers afloat.
The success of the insurgent movements throughout the region correlates well with the strength of organized labor.
The labor standoff continues as Verizon employees on the East Coast will return to work on Tuesday without a new contract.
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