BY Cynthia Martinez | Chicago, IL | 12/11/08
After a six-day occupation of the plant which brought them nationwide attention, the Republic Windows and Doors workers met inside their factory tonight, Dec. 10, to vote on the settlement offer from their employer.
BY staff | United States | 12/10/08
The workers at Republic Windows and Doors in Chicago are calling on supporters in Chicago to join them at a protest at Bank of America, 231 S. LaSalle today, Wednesday, December 10 at 12:00 noon.
BY Matt Ginsberg-Jaeckle | Milwaukee, WI | 12/10/08
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) demonstrated outside a Bank of America office in downtown here, Dec. 9, in an afternoon show of support for the United Electrical Local 1110 Chicago workers.
BY Fight Back! Editors | Chicago, IL | 12/09/08
Working people across the country are holding up newspaper photos and declaring, "Did you see this!"
BY Josh Sykes | Charlotte, NC | 12/08/08
Chanting, “The banks got bailed out, and the workers got sold out!” and “Bail out the workers and not the banks!” more than 20 people gathered here for a spirited rally in front of the Bank of America corporate headquarters
BY Stephanie Weiner | Chicago, IL | 12/08/08
Women inside the Republic Windows plant raise their fists, Dec. 5. The occupation of this Chicago factory by mainly Latino workers is inspiring people around the world
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 12/08/08
Sunday night, Dec. 7 in Chicago brought more good news to the workers occupying the Republic Windows and Glass factory.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 12/07/08
Video of UE Local 1110 President Armando Robles speaking at the People’s Thanksgiving, a Fight Back! event.
BY Stephanie Weiner | Chicago, IL | 12/07/08
Saturday, Dec. 6 brought more inspiration from workers at Republic Windows and Doors who are occupying their plant in Chicago.
BY Stephanie Weiner | Chicago, IL | 12/06/08
The cafeteria at Republic Windows Factory on the North West side of Chicago was filled with workers tonight, Dec. 5. In a militant action, they have taken over and occupied the block-long building still filled with expensive merchandise and equipment.