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A ‘Different Take’ On How To Revive The Labor Movement From Author Stanley Aronowitz – A Former Factory Work, Union Organizer & Civil Rights Advocate

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 Author Stanley Aronowitz Argues in a New Book That Unions Can't Survive Without Reversing Decades of Timidity and Bureaucratization: “By Still Relying On Elections and On Contracts and Grievance Procedures Rather Than Read more»

Lockport Firefighters Planning Major Political Push In 2015 To Oust Mayor & Council Members Who’ve Allowed Department Staff To Dwindle Down To Just 33

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 WNYLaborToday.com Editor’s Note: Working Without a Contract Since December 2012 and Watching Their Ranks Dwindle Down to Just 33 Firefighters, Lockport Firefighters Local 693 is Gearing Up for a Major Political Push in Read more»

Judge Temporarily Bars Philadelphia School Reform Commission's Plans To Impose Changes To Teachers' Health Care Benefits

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 (PHILADELPHIA) - A Common Pleas Court Judge Monday (October 20th) Granted the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers' (PFT) Request for a Preliminary Injunction to Halt the School Reform Commission's (SRC) Plans to Impose Read more»

Nearly 2,000 Union-Represented FairPoint Communications Workers In Northern New England Go Out On Strike, Cite Company’s Unwillingness To Bargain In Good Faith

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 (NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND) - Nearly 2,000 Employees of FairPoint Communications in Northern New England Have Gone Out On Strike. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) And the Communication Workers of Read more»

11 ‘Great Reasons’ To Vote On November 4th

Sunday, October 19, 2014 We’re Just a Few Weeks Away From an Incredibly Important Election and the Votes People Cast On Tuesday, November 4th Will Shape Our Future and Our Children’s. The National AFL-CIO is Sure Union Members are Read more»

Union Retiree News From The Alliance For Retired Americans: Wealthiest Giving Less To Charity; In Buffalo, The Share Of Income Given To Charity Fell By More Than 10%

Sunday, October 19, 2014 Wealthiest Giving Less To Charity, While Poor And Middle-Class Increase Donations: In a Recently-Released Report, the Chronicle of Philanthropy - a Leading Source of News Coverage of the Non-Profit World, says Americans Who Read more»
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