Friday October 30, 2020
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BY staff | | 9/01/05
Fight Back! interviewed Ted Ludwig, president of Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA) Local 33, the union that is leading the strike against Northwest Airlines
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 8/30/05
More than 200 public employees, Aircraft mechanics and other workers rallied here, August 30, to support the strike at Northwest Airlines.
BY Brad Sigal | Bloomington, MN | 8/28/05
Thousands of striking Northwest Airlines workers and their supporters rallied across from the Northwest hangar at the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International airport, Aug. 27.
BY staff | United States | 4/02/05
Currently, as the top AFL-CIO officials discuss the future of the labor movement, management is attacking one of the few remaining densely unionized, high wage sectors.
BY staff | United States | 4/02/03
A wave of layoffs and concessions is sweeping the airline industry.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 10/01/02
450 members of the Association of Flight Attendants are taking a stand against a greedy, union-busting employer. While the rest of the airline industry was talking givebacks, this group of workers chose to fight back in a fierce struggle to get their first contract.
BY J Burger | Minneapolis, MN | 4/02/00
In December 1999, a US District judge granted a request by Northwest Airlines to seize the personal computers of union activists.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/01/99
On August 26, rank and file flight attendants rejected a proposed contract with Northwest Airlines (NWA)
BY Mike Hazard | Minneapolis, MN | 10/01/98
A major victory for labor occurred when pilots at Northwest Airlines returned to work after winning significant pay and job security increases during an 18-day strike.
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