Long-underpaid undergrad students who work on campus are increasingly seeing the value of their labor and organizing unions.
Environmental and labor activists have found success collaborating at the local and state levels. Now they have their eyes on federal policy.
From Amazon to Starbucks, employees are demanding better pay and working conditions from companies that have long had a free hand to maximize profits at any cost.
Rubynell Walker-Barbee shares her story of service workers organizing in Georgia.
Can learning labor history give us hope for the future of unions?
An attempt by thousands of mostly Black workers to unionize at a fulfillment center gives new life to the labor movement.
New federal legislation makes the same mistake a California law did, which cost thousands of jobs.
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History has shown that people-power is one of the best ways to advance rights and win protections, especially when the courts are unreliable.
The growers have the money but . . . the farmworkers have the time. —Cesar Chavez From 1962 to 1993, more than 2,200 people—all ages, all walks of life, and
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