On this day in 1963, President John F. Kennedy passed the Equal Pay Act aimed at eliminating unequal pay for women.
Unionists and women's leaders celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Family and Medical Leave Act by lauding the law and campaigning for the next step.
Working-class and wealthier women gathered in Boston to found the Women's Trade Union League to support the efforts of women to organize labor unions.
On this date in 1863, at the height of the American Civil War, 18 countries met in Geneva to create the International Red Cross.
Most people don't realize that a legendary suffragette, Sylvia Pankhurst, lived well into the mid-20th century.
The drive kicked off when Senate Democrats announced that Senate leaders promised them a vote on the legislation.
The AFL-CIO has stepped forward to defend women's access to contraception, "regardless of where they work."
With business discrimination against pregnant female workers still widespread, the Service Employees contend one of the best ways to battle it is through collective bargaining and union contracts.
Over 400 union women came to the Coalition of Labor Union Women's 16th Biennial Convention in Orlando, September 7-10, to demand equality and to defend union rights. The women came from many different unions to speak in one voice for working women.