With the New York Primaries one month away (Sept. 13), the largest public union in New York City announced some of its endorsements this week.
The Professional Staff Congress, the union that represents the City University of New York’s faculty and staff, ratified their new contract last week.
Republican Presidential Donald Trump gave a speech in Detroit that unveiled his economic policies if he is elected in November. But some people aren’t buying it.
While most of the nation is paying attention to the presidential election, 32BJ wanted New Yorkers to remember that the presidency isn’t the only office at stake.
In a letter addressed to New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña, United Federation of Teachers President Michael Mulgrew expressed concern on the topic of suspending students under the age of eight from school.
Unions, and workers in general, have made some gains over the past five years. Graduate student workers can be included on that list.
Before this week’s coronation at the Democratic National Convention, the American Federation of Teachers jumped in front to endorse Hillary Clinton for president of the United States.
Economic inequality has an even higher cost than many people realize. Beyond lowering living standards for working Americans, a treasure trove of data compiled by the Center on Society and Health and the Urban Institute reveals that a major consequence ...
The New York Police Department is facing a lawsuit after they violated the First Amendment rights of Ruben An, an associate for the Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence, who recorded public police activity.
A group of labor unions representing health-care workers across the country want the federal government to ensure workplace safety for their constituents.
Health care workers in Montana, Connecticut and New Jersey recently voted to join the American Federation of Teachers.
Last week, New York State Senate candidate Jamaal Bailey scored a major endorsement from the biggest public union in New York City.
We don’t need to listen to pundits or polltakers to know times are tough for working people. Millions of full-time workers live in poverty.
The end of the latest session in the New York State legislature saw a few groups unsatisfied that their cause wasn’t considered and some that were ecstatic.
In a 4-3 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court said that race could still be a factor in college admissions.