More than a thousand public employee unionists, educators, parents, environmentalists, and Occupy activists rallied for a "Strong Schools, Strong Oregon" day of mass action at the state Capitol.
On Feb. 17, with the support of community and business leaders, they gathered in front of a Walmart Express store and fought back.
The flight attendants called the action, and the pilots and Transport Workers Union quickly joined in. Other unions and solidarity activists drove into DFW International Airport for the action.
With the national health care revision law yet to fully take effect, but under challenge before the Supreme Court, six labor organizations have stepped forward, four of them joining other groups, to defend different parts of it.
When the judging for the African American History Month High School Arts and Writing Competition takes place this Friday, Dalzenia Henry's legacy will be on our minds.
Unions are joining with civil rights and community partners in a massive re-enactment of the historic 1965 Alabama civil rights march.
More than 1,200 labor and community activists turned out in force at a boisterous rally Friday outside the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Republican lawmakers are plotting to allow extra federal jobless benefits and the "temporary" payroll tax cut for 160 million workers to lapse.
Diane Ravitch, a national leader of the fight to defend public education, sounded the alarm about concerted efforts by corporate and right-wing forces to undermine democracy and destroy public education in the U.S.
Unions are mobilizing this week to fight anti-labor provisions the Republicans have inserted into major transportation bills.