On May 13, over the years, mine workers unionize, dock workers strike, auto workers face give-backs, cab drivers go out.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, popularly known as Lula, issued a stirring call for international worker solidarity, speaking at a UAW conference.
Organizing Canton could be a stepping-stone to organizing the South's growing auto industry. "This particular campaign is beneficial both for the nation and for the world."
The Mississippi Alliance for Fairness at Nissan held a press conference to emphasize how the auto giant is unfairly treating its 3,300 workers at its Canton, Mississippi plant.
Workers at the Nissan Plant in Mississippi are still fighting for the same rights Nissan workers in Japan have received for many years.
The problems of speedup and other dangerous assembly line practices were skewered in Charlie Chaplin's classic film "Modern Times."
Today in labor history: On May 23, 1934 workers in Toledo Ohio, overcame police and company strike breaking efforts.
Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney came to town Friday, but autoworkers were in no mood to give him a free pass.
More than jobs are back: New polls in Michigan show Obama has jumped ahead of his Republican opponents here.
The United Auto Workers union has now completed its negotiations with the domestic auto companies.