Tuesday September 25, 2018
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BY staff | Jacksonvlle, FL | 9/22/18
A critical vote is underway on the largest private-sector union contract in the United States.
BY Bill Aiman | Lawrenceburg, KY | 9/22/18
On Sept. 21, Four Roses Bourbon workers ended a two week strike and successfully prevented the creation of a two-tier system at their workplace.
BY staff | Washington, DC | 9/18/18
The United Steelworkers (USW) announced today, Sept. 18, that the 13 locals at ArcelorMittal unanimously authorized a strike. About 15,000 workers could take part. The vote means that the USW bargaining committee now has the power to call a strike if needed
BY staff | Battle Ground, WA | 9/16/18
Teachers, who had voted to continue striking despite a court order to return to work, made major gains and won a strong contract, Sept. 16.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 9/13/18
Thousands of striking hotel housekeepers, servers, cooks, doormen and other workers marched on Chicago’s famed Magnificent Mile, Sept. 13 to press their demands for a decent contract.
BY staff | United States | 9/12/18
U.S. Steel employees represented by United Steelworkers (USW) voted overwhelmingly in favor of a strike authorization, Sept. 7.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 9/05/18
Thousands of enthusiastic union members united for a great march and rally in the heart of the historical Wilmington Chicano community, Sept 3.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 9/03/18
Voting instructions will arrive in the mail as soon as Sept. 10, for over 200,000 Teamsters affected by the proposed 5-year National Master UPS Agreement.
BY Chris Mahin | United States | 9/03/18
The huge procession began with 400 members of Bricklayers Union No. 6, all dressed in white aprons. They were followed by a band and then the members of the Manufacturing Jewelers union. The jewelers marched four abreast, wearing derby hats and dark suits with buttonhole bouquets. They all carried canes resting on their shoulders (similar to the way infantry officers carry swords when on parade.)
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 9/02/18
The featured speaker at this year’s commemoration of the historic 1970 Chicano Moratorium against the War was United Teachers of LA (UTLA) chapter chair at Marvin Avenue Elementary School and longtime Centro CSO member Lupe Torres.
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