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BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 9/10/15
On the morning of Sept. 7, Labor Day, hundreds of union members and families joined together, in LA’s Wilmington Community, to celebrate unions and the working class. Many members from a host of trade unions talked about past victories in contracts and recent organizing drives.
BY Dee Michel | Chicago, IL | 9/07/12
In the largest labor rally here in at least 30 years, tens of thousands of teachers, parents and community and trade union supporters rallied on Labor Day in preparation for a strike by the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU), if Chicago Public School (CPS) doesn’t meet their demands.
BY Peter Shapiro | United States | 9/20/11
My local newspaper chose a strange way to honor workers on Labor Day. On page one, they printed a New York Times story warning that, thanks to its “generous labor contracts,” the U.S. Postal Service is about to go out of business.
BY Chris Mahin | United States | 9/03/11
The huge procession began with 400 members of Bricklayers Union No. 6, all dressed in white aprons.
BY staff | St Paul, MN | 8/14/08
The St. Paul Regional Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, has voted to endorse the Labor Day mass anti-war march planned for the opening day of the Republican National Convention.
BY Carlos Reyes | San José, CA | 9/15/06
San Jose, CA - More than 10,000 people marched here on Labor Day, to continue the struggle for immigrant’s rights.
BY Brad Sigal | St. Paul, MN | 9/06/06
St. Paul, MN - Over 1,000 people marched on the West Side of Saint Paul on Labor Day to demand legalization for immigrant workers and workers' rights for all.
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