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Statewide ‘Fight For $15’ Ramps Up With Wage Board Meeting Events in Buffalo, Rochester, Albany & New York City – Boost Would Lift 180,000 Families Out Of Poverty

Thursday, May 21, 2015 (BUFFALO) – From Buffalo to Rochester and Albany to New York City, Organized Labor Joined With Fast Food Workers and Their Allies to Kick Off an Aggressive Statewide Campaign on Wednesday (May 20th) to Urge Governor Read more»

The Niagara-Orleans AFL-CIO Labor Council & United Steelworkers Local 9436’s Michael Henderson Receive United Way Of Greater Niagara Appreciation Awards

Wednesday, May 20, 2015 (NIAGARA FALLS) – The Niagara-Orleans AFL-CIO Labor Council and United Steelworkers (USW) Local 9436’s Michael Henderson Were Singled Out for What They Do for the Niagara County Community at the Recently-Held Read more»

The ‘Un-American’ Drawing Large Labor Crowds In Buffalo To Watch The Story Of The Late Blacklisted Union Leader, Actor, Playwright & Activist Manny Fried

Thursday, May 21, 2015 Editor’s Note: The Un-American Runs Through May 31st With Performances on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 6 p.m. All Shows are in Subversive Theatre's Regular Performance Read more»

From The L.A. Times: Los Angeles City Council Approves Minimum Wage Increase To $15 By 2020 - 14-to-1 Vote Is Latest Demonstration Of Labor’s Clout At City Hall

Thursday, May 21, 2015 (LOS ANGELES) - The Los Angeles City Council Tentatively Agreed This Week to Raise the City’s Minimum Wage to $15 Per Hour, Joining a Trend Sweeping Cities Across the Country as Elected Leaders Seek to Address Read more»

400 Early Childhood Staff Employed At 17 Buffalo Area Centers Vote In Favor Of First-Ever Contract To Bring Them Respect, Security & A ‘Voice’ In Their Workplace

Thursday, May 21, 2015 (BUFFALO) - Four-Hundred Early Childhood Staff Employed at 17 Buffalo Area Centers Have Decisively Voted in Favor of a First-Ever Contract That Will Work to Bring Them Respect, Security and a Voice in Their Workplace, Local Read more»

Labor Perspective From Western New York Area Labor Federation President Richard Lipsitz: Working People Have Their ‘Own’ Culture

Monday, May 18, 2015 Editor’s Note: The Following Labor Perspective: Working People Have Their Own Culture, Was Authored by Richard Lipsitz (Pictured Above) - Who Serves as President of the Western New York AFL-CIO Area Read more»
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Despite Continued GOP Attacks On Workers' Rights, More And More Non-Union Workers Are Making The Decision To Unionize Their Workplaces. From College/University Adjuncts To Health Care Workers To Food Service Workers & Car Wash Workers, Non-Union Workers Are Seeing The Worth In 'Going Union.' So, What Must Organized Labor Do To Continue To Build On These Successes?  Initiate An Across-The-Board Mass Organizing Effort  Expend More Energy In Organizing Fast Food & Retail Workers  Get Aboard The National AFL-CIO To Organize Immigrant Workers  Better Communicate Labor's Many Positive Messages To Workers  Something Else I'd Like to Expand On in's Discussion Board, Located Next to This Labor Web Poll
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