August

Workers tell AT&T: Dont Wal-Mart us

ST. LOUIS — 'AT&T is leading the race to the bottom,' Communications Workers of America Local 6300 President Kevin Kujawa said as some 150 CWA members picketed the AT&T tower here Aug. 6.

India's banks hit by strike

India's more than one million-strong unionized bank employees went on strike, Aug. 6, led by United Forum of Bank Unions or UFBU.

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Union families show anti-Obama rally what real Americans want

WAKARUSA, Ind. – In just a few hours on Aug. 5 the Steelworkers Union organized a bus load and several cars from Gary, Ind., to take the two hour trip to this small sleepy town near Elkhart and in the middle of the Amish area also known for RV and trailer construction.

Labor-backed candidates surge in Detroit

DETROIT — Labor-endorsed candidates fared well in Tuesday's primary elections here. Seven of the top eight City Council candidates had the endorsement of the Detroit Metro AFL-CIO.

Biden brings green car funding to Motor City

DETROIT — With an official unemployment rate of 17%, what better place than the Motor City for Vice President Joe Biden to announce grants of over $2.4 billion to auto companies and suppliers to research and develop the next generation of automotive batteries for the electric car.

Labor to lawmakers: Dont take our support for granted!

A meeting of the AFL-CIO’s executive council in Silver Springs, Md., ended July 28 with declarations calling for a new New Deal modeled after the Works Progress Administration of the 1930s, a massive second economic stimulus package, passage of health care reform with a strong public option and passage of the Employee Free Choice Act.

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