Saturday February 28, 2015
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BY staff | Chicago, IL | 2/23/12
50 workers at Serious Materials, the window factory formerly known as Republic Windows and Doors, reported to work the morning of Feb. 23 only to be told that today would be their last day of work.
BY staff | Longview, WA | 2/15/12
On Friday, members of the ILWU and the labor community named the Occupy Movement as key to the settlement reached Thursday between ILWU Local 21 and the Export Grain Terminal (EGT).
BY J Burger | Indianapolis, IN | 1/22/12
Under the claim of trying to bring more jobs to Indiana, the Republican majorities in both houses and the governor look to pass a so called ‘right to work’ bill soon. It is straight up union busting.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 1/17/12
More than one million signatures were filed for the recall of Wisconsin’s Republican Governor, Scott Walker, Jan. 17.
BY Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 1/17/12
Unions representing over 1 million workers have now taken a stand against FBI repression of labor, anti-war, and international solidarity activists.
BY staff | San Francisco, CA | 1/10/12
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following San Francisco Labor Council resolution that was adopted by a unanimous vote Jan. 9. Readers are urged to support the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) Local 21’s fight for justice.
BY staff | Manitowoc, WI | 12/12/11
Thousands of union members and supporters rallied here, Dec. 10 in support of the 200 workers of Manitowoc Crane who are currently on strike.
BY staff | Tampa, FL | 11/13/11
On August 27, 2012, while the Republican National Convention selects a candidate for president, we will be marching in the streets of Tampa, Florida demanding jobs, healthcare, education, equality and peace.
BY staff | Columbus, OH | 11/10/11
Unions won a major victory in Ohio with the repeal of Senate Bill 5 (SB5).
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 11/08/11
More than 50 union activists, as well as OccupyMN participants and others, rallied outside the University of Minnesota’s McNamara Alumni Center on Nov. 8 to protest a speech by Wells Fargo CEO Jon Stumpf.
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