New York, NY – NYC Labor unions still reeling from last week’s brazen deportation of 54-year-old Teamster Eber Garcia Vasquez to Guatemala, are vowing to make it tougher for ICE agents
New York, N.Y.—After the memorials were over, Sept. 12 was a day to look at the aftereffects of 9/11. LaborPress and AM970 The Answer’s Post 9-11 Forum, at the Council
New York, NY – Mike Hodge, President of SAG-AFTRA New York local, died on September 9th, at the age of 70. Just last month, he was re-elected. He was initially
Waterloo, Iowa—As Hurricane Irma was bringing its swath of devastation toward Florida Sept. 8, members of two Iowa International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers locals were headed south to help repair
At their national convention Saturday in Toledo, Ohio, the AFL-CIO Farm Labor Organizing Committee celebrated its fiftieth year by launching a boycott of Reynold’s Vuse E-Cigarettes. FLOC Organizer Catherine Crowe
San Antonio, Tex.—A national network of far-right think tanks has launched a nationwide campaign intended to strike a “mortal blow” against the American left by breaking public-sector unions. “Big government
New York, N.Y.—The thousands of union workers marching up Fifth Avenue for the city’s annual Labor Day parade Sept. 9 had a special urgency this year: The Trump administration’s anti-labor
New York, NY – Iron Workers Local 197, Stone Derrickmen and Riggers, will celebrate their 150th anniversary this Saturday, September 16th, at Leonard’s Palazzo in Great Neck, Long Island.