On Tuesday, Senator Bernie Sanders introduced a bill to manufacture and distribute personal protective equipment to all Americans.
An economic crisis, a public health crisis, and America confronting its racism were on the minds of many during the American Federation of Teachers’ State of the Union gathering on Tuesday, July 28.
Hundreds of essential employees from 32BJ SEIU took to Trump International Hotel to demand Congress and the White House do right by essential workers.
According to officials at the United Food and Commercials Workers, Stop & Shop “unilaterally” ended essential pay for its employees.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden has two more endorsements to add to his resume. National Nurses United (NNJ), in a vote by its National Executive Council, endorsed Joe Biden for president.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez practiced what she preached this week with the help of her campaign staffers.
The American Federation of Teachers is fighting a war against the separation of church and state and student vouchers. It took a significant blow this month.
Shelter security officers demand better wages, healthcare and work conditions after colleagues death
The website for The MAve Hotel presents itself as your run of the mill “luxury” hotel in the Flatiron district.
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.