The Act established that unions are not conspiracies under the law and freed them to legally strike, picket and boycott employers.
The event highlighted that a big turnout on Row D, the WFP line, will be decisive in ensuring that Cuomo, the IDC and other elected officials remain good to their word.
"We are not going away until these Nissan workers win the right to a union, as the 150,000 unionized Nissan workers elsewhere."
"Labor is perfectly positioned to unite a massive movement, to raise wages and to lift up our communities."
A delegation of senior-level trade union leaders from around the globe will travel to Canton, Mississippi, to meet with Nissan workers and community leaders.
Mercedes-Benz U.S. International employees and the United Auto Workers announced the formation of UAW Local 112, a new local union.
More than 200,000 low-wage workers got big wins from New York Mayor de Blasio and the Obama administration's Labor Department.
Teachers in the small suburban community of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, returned to the picket line for their second week of striking.
Despite current battles brewing, Yale's new president, Peter Salovey, came by to shake hands with each of the workers, recognizing the respect they had won in the hard fought 1984 battle.
Honeywell locked out 150 workers, members of USW Local 7-669, an old Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers local, on August 2.