Thursday January 27, 2022
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BY staff | Denver, CO | 1/26/22
On January 21, the United Food and Commercial Workers’ (UFCW) Local 7 reached a tentative agreement with Kroger subsidiary King Soopers after an all-night bargaining session.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 1/24/22
Trails of frozen breath rose above hundreds of workers, January 19, as they chanted and picketed in subzero temperatures in front of county buildings throughout Hennepin County, the most populous county in Minnesota.
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BY staff | Denver, CO | 1/22/22
On Monday, January 17, grocery workers represented by UFCW Local 7 entered day six of their Unfair Labor Practices strike against King Soopers. King Soopers is a subsidiary of Kroger.
BY staff | Denver, CO | 1/14/22
Fight Back! interviews Carol McMillian, a bakery worker from Denver currently on strike against the unfair labor practices of King Soopers, a division of Kroger.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 12/15/21
On December 13, over 3500 Hennepin County clerical and social service workers who are members AFSCME Locals 34 and 2822 rejected the county’s “last best and final” contract offer and authorized a strike across both locals. The two locals represent the largest blocks of organized workers in the Hennepin County system.
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BY Jim Byrne | Phoenix, AZ | 11/27/21
For many striking concessions workers, this is the first Thanksgiving they are not working.
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BY staff | Tuscaloosa, AL | 11/07/21
On October 28 a Tuscaloosa judge granted a temporary restraining order filed by the Warrior Met Mine where around 1,100 members of the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) have been on strike since early April after voting down an offer from the mine by a 95% majority.
BY Tom Burke | Battle Creek, MI | 10/29/21
Over 200 striking workers and supporters rallied outside the Kellogg’s headquarters in downtown Battle Creek on October 27.
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BY staff | Portland, OR | 9/21/21
On September 18, more than 1000 members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers, and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM), who work for Nabisco across five states, voted in a split decision to accept a new contract offer from Nabisco and end their 39-day strike.
BY Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 9/05/21
Several hundred striking workers and supporters rallied September 4 at the Nabisco plant on Chicago’s South Side.
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