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BY staff | Twin Cities, MN | 3/06/04
After months of negotiations with the Metropolitan Council, 2200 Twin Cities bus drivers, dispatchers, maintenance and clerical workers went on strike at 2:00 a.m., March 4
BY staff | Inglewood, CA | 2/18/04
Twenty thousand people demonstrated here, Jan. 31 in a powerful display of solidarity with the striking, locked-out United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) grocery workers.
BY staff | United States | 2/02/04
At the top levels of the labor bureaucracy in Washington D.C., a debate is raging about the future of the labor movement.
BY staff | New Haven, CT | 2/01/04
Fight Back! interviewed two leaders of the Yale Strike: Laura Smith, President of Local 34, which represents the Clerical and Technical workers and Shirley Lawrence of Local 35, which represents Service and Maintenance workers.
BY J Burger | California | 2/01/04
More than 75,000 grocery workers on strike in southern California are on the front lines of a battle to defend health care and job security.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 12/13/03
The following is a speech delivered by Phyllis Walker, the President of AFSCME Local 3800, at a Dec. 10 forum organized by Freedom Road Socialist Organization.
BY Brad Sigal | Minnesota | 11/10/03
"After striking for 15 days, we came away with a stronger, fighting union and we won some real gains for clerical workers at the University of Minnesota," said Phyllis Walker, President of AFSCME Local 3800, the clerical workers union at the U of M.
BY staff | Minnesota | 11/01/03
Phyllis Walker, president of AFSCME Local 3800, delivered the following speech in Detroit Sept. 12 to hundreds of labor activists attending a conference organized by the publication Labor Notes
BY Brad Sigal | Minnesota | 10/15/03
At the beginning of October, clerical workers at the University of Minnesota said no to a wage freeze and skyrocketing health care costs, and voted to go on strike.
BY Tom Burke | United States | 10/01/03
The campaign to boycott ‘Killer Coke’ is spreading fast.
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