A construction company denied Hempstead’s Black residents jobs.
In America—and indeed the entire world—an unprecedented and long overdue conversation on racial justice is happening.
Another union has made a commitment to assist with the Black Lives Matter movement.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has gone the way of Michael Bloomberg by threatening layoffs of city employees, which is leaving workers on edge.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, New York City Council Members Keith Powell and essential workers recently honored Janitors for Justice and the Black Lives Matter movement with a gesture of solidarity.
SEIU has thrown their support behind the Black Lives Matter movement. The union passed a resolution demanding an end to the “War on Black People.”
The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) want Congress to pass the HEROES Act and are using the television airwaves to be heard.
No one told management at the Pittsburg Post-Gazette about “freedom of the press.”
Labor leaders want the police to keep those names in mind on a regular basis. They’ve called on the police, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Police Commissioner Dermot Shea to end ...
As concerns are raised about the Black lives lost to the police, essential workers and community advocates are also raising concerns about the continued inadequate protection of frontline workers
Criticism of police unions have gotten louder and louder. This week, some of those criticisms have come from other unions.
Protests over police brutality rocked the country this past week and labor unions weren’t exempt.
Registered nurses at 15 HCA hospitals in six states will raise their voices in unison against their employer’s latest actions.
As the Empire State takes its first tentative steps toward reopening the economy, nothing is more important than ensuring we do it the right way.
Transit agencies around the country, along with several unions, hope new transit funding lessens their burden during the COVID-19 pandemic.