Pundits on both sides of the aisle may have criticized his approach to governing the city, but a few unions are still backing Bill de Blasio for re-election.
This Monday, members of the Fight for $15 announced a nationwide work stoppage Nov. 29. Workers around the country want to signal to the incoming Donald Trump administration that they’ll keep fighting for a living wage no matter who is ...
In an effort to close the wage gap for minorities and women in New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio signed an executive order Nov. 4 banning government agencies from asking job applicants about previous salaries.
What some people considered unthinkable happened. Donald Trump’s the new president-elect.
Black Lives Matter is one of the most important civil rights movements in recent years. And it is one we in organized labor must embrace, not only because it is morally right but also because fighting for justice is what ...
The lockout is over, but LIU-Brooklyn’s faculty senate isn’t done with LIU President Kimberly Cline.
The NAACP wants to slow the expansion of charter schools until they can figure out what’s going on.
New York City’s notorious correctional facility has been in the news a lot recently.
Women cooks and cashiers at McDonald’s around the country have had enough.
Not in at least a half-century have we witnessed a national presidential election in which the candidates hold such vastly different views.
Movers and shakers from the city’s labor movement took center stage at the New York Amsterdam News’ “Tying Communities Together” 2016 Labor Awards held at the Alhambra Ballroom in Harlem.
Earlier this month, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees welcomed both a new chief of staff and a new general counsel to the fold.
Fast-food workers, labor activists and advocates waged a protest outside of the presidential debates at Hofstra University Monday.
The New York Amsterdam News and Bill Lynch Associated Networks are holding their sixth annual Labor Awards Breakfast Sept. 29 at Harlem’s Alhambra Ballroom.
Going into Wednesday, Long Island University-Brooklyn’s faculty and the administration were set to head back to the bargaining table for a new contract.