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What Anti-Union Workers Should Know

Published on Sunday, April 12, 2015 in Young Unionists
For Decades the Top 0.01% (and Their Political Allies) Have Been Winning the War On Working-Class Americans (Meaning, About 92.2% of the Labor Force). One Particular Political Party Always Wants to Cut Government Agencies and Programs That Protect Workers' Health, Safety and Welfare - Such as Workers' Wages, Workers' Pensions, Workers' Voting Rights and more»

The International Association Of Machinists Joins With More Than 200 Labor Unions In Launching A Campaign to Train & Organize Immigrant Workers

Published on Sunday, April 12, 2015 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - A Group of Union Members From the International Association of Machinists (IAM) Members Recently Spent a Week in Washington, D.C. Developing Skills to Better Interact With Immigrants, Especially Those in Search of Strong Union Representation. “There are Millions of Hard-Working People in This Country Who Want more»

Carolina Fast Food Worker Kwanza Brooks Says McDonald's Recently Announced Pay Rise Was Just A ‘PR Stunt’ & Isn’t A Solution For Workers

Published on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 in Young Unionists
Don’t Think McDonald’s is a Generous Corporation Because it’s Recently Announced That it is Raising Wages for Some Employees. The Company Makes $5 Billion in Profits Each Year, But it Still Won’t Pay its Workers Enough to Survive. I’m a Single Mother Who’s Been Working at Fast-Food Restaurants for 10 Years. Up Until more»

Following The Money: NYC Building Trades Target Big Money Lenders In Fight Against Non-Union Construction On ‘Billionaires’ Row’

Published on Thursday, April 2, 2015 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - It's Always Smart to Follow the Money. That's Why New York City’s Labor Unions, Long Opposed to a Plan to Use Non-Union Labor to Build One of the City’s Tallest Towers On West 57th Street, are Trying a New Tack to Dissuade Developers From Going the Non-Union Route - Going Straight to the Source of Their Capital. Earlier more»

Schenectady County Community College Adjuncts File To Unionize

Published on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 in Young Unionists
(SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK) – With 60% Having Signed Union Cards, Adjunct Teachers at Schenectady County Community College (SCCC) are Moving Forward to Go Union With the Local Chapter of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 200 United. Full-Time Faculty at SCCC are Currently Represented by the New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) more»

Working People: Be Educated, Be Informed! – Here’s Just A Few Things That Republicans Are Doing & Want To Do To You!

Published on Monday, March 30, 2015 in Young Unionists
From The Daily Kos (Entire Story Can be Directly Accessed at:) - Wisconsin Republicans Eliminate Weekends – If Act 10 and Right-To-Work (For Less) Weren't Enough, Now Wisconsin Republicans Want to Give Us a Seven-Day Work Week. From The Los Angeles Times: Could Wisconsin's Scott Walker Now Abolish The Weekend?: Wisconsin State Law Currently Allows more»

Via Can You Blame Them? The People Who Pick Your Organic Strawberries Have Had It With Deplorable Working Conditions

Published on Friday, March 27, 2015 in Young Unionists
When Most of Us Think of Mexican Food, We Visualize Tacos, Burritos and Chiles Rellenos. But We Should Probably Add Cucumbers, Squash, Melons and Berries to the List - More or Less the Whole Supermarket Produce Aisle, in Fact. The United States Imports More Than a Quarter of the Fresh Fruit and Nearly a Third of the Vegetables We Consume - and a Huge more»

Another Great Reason To Go To Labor News Web Offerings Like Misinformed USA - Why Average Americans Vote For Republicans

Published on Friday, March 27, 2015 in Young Unionists
One Can Only Wonder Why Average Working Class Americans Would Vote for A Party That’s So Obvious in Their Bias Towards the Wealthy. It Would Make Sense Someone in the Top 1% of the Income Bracket Would Vote for the Republican Party Since They Have the Wealthiest American's Best Interest at Heart. You Could Even Make the Case That Highly Religious more»

How The Mainstream Media Enables The Anti-Worker Movement

Published on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 in Young Unionists Editor’s Note: Your On-Line Labor Newspaper Respectfully Asks Our Many Visitors, Readers and Viewers to Consider Stop Watching and Listening to the Mainstream Media That Doesn't Cover or Care to Cover the Labor Movement Unless it's Negative - Picket, Strike or Worse Yet, an Indictment. Instead, Unions and Their Members Need to Go to more»

Labor Perspective From Boston SEIU Local 888 Policy & Communications Director Rand Wilson: A Smart Strategy To Defeat Right-To-Work

Published on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 in Young Unionists
Wisconsin’s Now the 25th State to Adopt a So-Called Right-To-Work (For Less) Law, Which Allows Workers to Benefit From Collective Bargaining Without Having to Pay for it. It Joins Michigan and Indiana, Which Both Adopted Right-To-Work in 2012. Similar Initiatives, or Variants, are Now Spreading to Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Missouri, New more»

Labor Leaders Say It Was The Biggest Gathering Of Future Labor Leaders In The Country At The Just Ended National AFL-CIO Young Workers' Gathering In Chicago

Published on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 in Young Unionists
(CHICAGO) – In What Labor Leaders Describe as the Biggest Gathering of Future Labor Leaders in the Country That Just Wound Up Over the Weekend in Chicago, a Number of New Jersey’s Delegation of State AFL-CIO Executive Officers and Young Workers From its Affiliated Unions Have Been Called On to Play Key Roles in the Next Up Summit. The Summit more»

Labor Perspective From University Of Illinois Labor Professor Robert Bruno: Defend Labor Unions Against The Haters Because Joining A Union Is The Best Investment A Worker Can Make

Published on Friday, March 20, 2015 in Young Unionists Editor’s Note: Robert Bruno is a Professor of Labor and Employment Relations at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Bruno Wrote This for The Chicago Tribune. You Can Directly Access This Labor Perspective at: more»

Labor Perspective From Retired Wisconsin Union Leader Dennis Boyer: Labor Had Better Get Its Act Together

Published on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 in Young Unionists Editor’s Note: Dennis Boyer is a Retired American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Staff Member and Was Previously a Member of the Brotherhood of Railway Carmen. Boyer Was Also a Founder of the Wisconsin Labor-Farm Party. Boyer’s Labor Perspective Appeared On and Can be Directly more»

Union Food For Thought From Mark Brenner/ What If Unions Took To Heart The Need To Organize Their Own Members?

Published on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 in Young Unionists Editor’s Note: Mark Brenner is the Director of Labor Notes. He Can be Reached at Brenner Spoke at a January 15th Conference On the Labor Movement's Future at the Albert Shanker Institute in Washington, D.C. You Can Directly Access This Labor News Perspective and an Accompanying Video at: more»

Union Bias In The Corporate Media: What Goes Unreported When Discussing Labor

Published on Sunday, March 15, 2015 in Young Unionists
(SAN FRANCISCO) - After Nine Months of Negotiations Between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA - the Shipping and Terminal Operators), the Crisis of Congestion at West Coast Ports Finally Came to an End in Late February After Drawing the Attention of President Barack Obama. Obama Dispatched His more»

Building Trades In Minnesota Use Social Media To Sway Mall Shoppers

Published on Friday, March 13, 2015 in Young Unionists
(MINNETONKA, MINNESOTA) - Social Media is One Way Trade Unions are Reaching People, Especially When It Comes to a Dispute With Management, or in a Local Case, With the Owners of a Regional Shopping Mall. Beginning in the Spring of 2014, Several Unions - Spearheaded by Laborers Local 563, Took Issue With Ridgedale Mall in Minnetonka, Minnesota Over What more»

Unions To Fight Trade Pact By Freezing Political Donations, Move Aims To Stop Lawmakers From Passing ‘Fast-Track’ Bill In Congress

Published on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - Dozens of Major Labor Unions Plan to Freeze Campaign Contributions to Members of Congress to Pressure Them to Oppose Fast-Track Trade Legislation Sought by President Barack Obama, it Was Made Public Today (Wednesday, March 11th). The Move is Part of the Organized Labor’s Campaign Against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) more»

A Very Important Read For Working People From The Demolition Of Workers’ Comp

Published on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 in Young Unionists
Dennis Whedbee’s Crew Was Rushing to Prepare an Oil Well for Pumping On the Sweet Grass Woman Lease Site, a Speck of Dusty Plains Rich With Crude in Mandaree, North Dakota. It Was Getting Late That September Afternoon in 2012. Whedbee, a 50-Year-Old Derrickhand, Was Helping Another Worker Remove a Pipe Fitting On Top of the Well When it Suddenly more»

Fight To Improve Warehouse Conditions, Unionize Led To Firings, New Jersey Workers Say

Published on Sunday, March 8, 2015 in Young Unionists
(ELIZABETH, NEW JERSEY) - Employees at the Elizabeth Port, New Jersey Warehouse for a New York-Based Camera Retailer are Rallying Behind Two Co-Workers Who say They Were Fired for Speaking Out About Working Conditions. The Two Who Were Fired, Elio Villamar and Jose Gonzalez, Both City Residents, Have Played a Prominent Role in the Adorama Warehouse more»

Get This: More Than 1,000 Non-Union Workers Walk Off Louisiana Job Site Over Pay Raises Given To Some, But Not Others

Published on Saturday, March 7, 2015 in Young Unionists
(CAMERON PARISH, LOUISIANA) – More Than 1,000 Non-Union Contractors Walked Off the Job at the Cheniere Sabine Pass Facility in Cameron Parish, Louisiana Friday Morning (March 6th), KPLC-TV Reported. A Foreman at the Site, Who Spoke With KPLC-TV On the Condition of Anonymity, said the Walkout Was Over Raises Given to Welders. The Foreman said the more»

Group Of Illinois Unions File Lawsuit To Halt Republican Governor’s Rauner’s Illegal Fair Share Action

Published on Friday, March 6, 2015 in Young Unionists
(THE STATE OF INDIANA) - The Illinois State AFL-CIO Joined With the American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME) and 25 Other Unions – Which Combine to Represent More Than 40,000 Illinois State Employees - in Filing a Lawsuit Thursday (March 5th) in St. Clair County Circuit Court to Invalidate Republican Governor Bruce more»

Labor Unions Back Bill That Would Examine New York’s Controversial Scaffold Law

Published on Thursday, March 5, 2015 in Young Unionists
(ALBANY, NEW YORK) - The State’s Much Maligned Scaffold Law Drew Strong Support From Labor Unions and Their Allies Earlier This Week as They Endorsed a Bill Forcing Insurance Companies to Disclose Costs Related to the Worker-Injury Measure. “For Years a ‘Moneyed’ Coalition of Insurance Companies and Property Owners Have Been Trying more»

Get This: The GOP Is Now Going After Injured Workers

Published on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 in Young Unionists
Under The Banner of Fighting Fraud, Republicans are Out to Slash Federal Dollars That Support People Who’ve Been Injured at Work. Nice. In the Late 1990s, as he Approached 50, My Dad Started to Have a Series of Small Strokes. Many Of Them Went Undiagnosed Until the Summer of 2000 When he Finally Went to the Hospital. He Slowly Stopped Working After more»

Unionized General Motor’s Tonawanda Engine Plant Employees Starts Campaign To Get More GM Employees To Drive GM Vehicles

Published on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 in Young Unionists
(TONAWANDA, NEW YORK) - Tom Carberry (Pictured Above) is Employed as a Quality Network Representative (QNR) at General Motor’s (GM) Engine Plant in Tonawanda, New York – Just Outside Buffalo, and he Speaks the Truth in Observing That Every GM Plant, Lab, Engineering Facility and Proving Ground Has Non-GM Vehicles in Their Parking Lots. more»

A Chart That Shows All The 'Union Haters' How Ignorant They Are!

Published on Sunday, March 1, 2015 in Young Unionists
Conservatives Love to Trash Unions by saying They’re Corrupt and Do Nothing But Damage the Economy. However, the Progressive Economic Policy Institute (EPI) Put Together a Quick Chart Using Data Compiled From the U.S. Census Bureau, Reported TruthOut. The EPI Illustrated a Strong Correlation Between the Dwindling Number of Union Membership and more»

IBEW Local 2327 Member Bill Lee Puts The Four-Month-Long FairPoint Communications Strike In A ‘Perspective’ That Every Union Member Should Read

Published on Friday, February 27, 2015 in Young Unionists Editor’s Note: From Time to Time, Runs Across Something of Interest That We See On the Number of Social Networks That Your On-Line Labor Newspaper Daily Reviews and Believes Would be of Interest to Our Many Visitors/Readers. Recently, Read a Comment Posted on the Fairness at FairPoint’s more»

Facebook Shuttle Bus Drivers Represented By The Teamsters Unanimously Approve New Union Contract That Features High Wages & Improved Working Conditions

Published on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 in Young Unionists
(SAN FRANCISCO) - Shuttle Bus Drivers Who Haul Facebook Employees to and From Silicon Valley Have Voted Unanimously to Approve Their First Union Contract, Promising High Wages and Improved Working Conditions. The Contract Awaits Approval From the Social Network and Loop Transportation, the Company Which Facebook Contracts to Transport its Employees. In more»

“When Workers Come Together – Change Happens” – National AFL-CIO Credits Workers ‘Standing Collectively’ For Achieving Better Wages At Walmart

Published on Monday, February 23, 2015 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON) - News That 500,000 Full-Time & Part-Time Associates at Walmart Will Receive Pay Raises Shows “When Workers Pool Their ‘Power’ – They Can ‘Make Progress’ That ‘Benefits’ Not Just Union Members, But All Workers And Entire Communities,” National AFL-CIO Representatives said. In a Period more»

University Of Connecticut Graduate Employee Union Still Waiting For A Contract

Published on Friday, February 20, 2015 in Young Unionists
(STORRS, CONNECTICUT) - Last Spring, the University of Connecticut (UConn) Recognized a Union Made Up of 2,200 Graduate Assistants, the First of its Kind in the State. But Both Sides Have Yet to Agree On a Contract and the Unionized Grad Students are Getting Frustrated With the University. Joining The Ranks Of A Resurging Academic Labor Movement, 2,000 more»

Republicans ‘Think’ They’ve Finally Figured Out A Way To Kill Unions

Published on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 in Young Unionists
Remember Unions? You Know, Those Organizations That Helped Raise Wages, Made Workplaces Safer by Pushing for Laws That Would Punish Employers for Dangerous Conditions, and Gave Us the 40-Hour Work Week? You Could be Forgiven for Forgetting Them, Considering Union Membership Has Been On the Decline for Decades From its High of About 35% in the 1950s. That more»

Cornell Grad Students Make Unionization Push

Published on Sunday, February 15, 2015 in Young Unionists
(ITHACA, NEW YORK) - Graduate Students Teach Courses, Administer Classrooms, Proctor Exams, Operate Laboratories and Perform a Myriad of Other Varied Work, From the Menial to the Sophisticated That Helps Keep Colleges Running. However, for All the Labor Performed by Grad Assistants, They Do Not Earn Designation as University Employees - a Reality That more»

Low-Wage Job Of Detroit Commuter James Robertson - Who Was Walking 21 Miles A Day To Work - Reflects ‘New Reality’

Published on Friday, February 13, 2015 in Young Unionists
What James Robertson Makes is More Common Than You Think. At $10.55 Per Hour, James Robertson's Wage Reflects Low Industry Pay in Manufacturing. Low Wages Have Helped the Detroit Area Gain Manufacturing Jobs in Recent Years. There’s a Disparity Between Workers for Auto Suppliers and Those Who Work for the Detroit Three. James Robertson's Story is more»

Labor Perspective By Former Amazon Worker Nichole Gracely Via the Being Homeless Is Better Than Working For Amazon

Published on Friday, February 13, 2015 in Young Unionists Editor’s Note: Nichole Gracely Has a Master’s Degree and Was One of Amazon’s Best Order Pickers. Now, After Protesting the Company, she’s Homeless. Her Labor Perspective Can be Read in its Entirety at: more»

Black History Month: Celebrating African-Americans In The Labor Movement

Published on Friday, February 13, 2015 in Young Unionists
The Following and Important Service Employees International Union (SEIU)/Black History Month Timeline Takes a Look at the Leaders, Members and Other African-American Activists Who’ve Contributed to the Rich Fabric of the Labor Movement. Go to for a Look at the SEIU’s Black History Timeline, Starting more»

Why Millennials Are Choosing The Trades

Published on Wednesday, February 11, 2015 in Young Unionists
Millennials - Those Born Between 1980 and 2000 - Face an Economic Catch-22. Most Good-Paying Jobs Require - at Minimum - a Four-Year College Degree. But Those Degrees Come With a Hefty Price Tag. The Average 2013 Graduate Owes Nearly $30,000 in Student Debt, an Onerous Burden for Someone Just Starting Out in the World. But as National Public Radio more»

To Check The Power Of ‘Greedy’ Bosses, Workers Need To Bargain In ‘New’ Ways

Published on Tuesday, February 10, 2015 in Young Unionists
Work Looks a Lot Different Today Than it Did Say 100, 50 or Even 10 Years Ago. It’s Faster, it’s Automated and it’s Complex. We Used to Pin These Shifts On Globalization. Now We’re Tying Everything to the Rise of an On-Demand Sharing Economy. And While it May Seem Like Progress in Terms of How Quickly and Cheaply We Can Get more»

Labor News Perspective: Why Screwing Unions ‘Screws’ The ‘Entire’ Middle Class

Published on Sunday, February 8, 2015 in Young Unionists
In 2008, a Liberal Democrat Was Elected President. Landslide Votes Gave Democrats Huge Congressional Majorities. Eight Years of War and Scandal and George W. Bush Had Stigmatized the Republican Party Almost Beyond Redemption. A Global Financial Crisis Had Discredited the Disciples of Free-Market Fundamentalism and Americans Were Ready for Serious more»

Boston University Adjunct Faculty Vote To ‘Go Union’ - Brings Total Number To More Than 2,600 Boston-Area Educators Who Are Now Unionized

Published on Thursday, February 5, 2015 in Young Unionists
(BOSTON) - Boston University Adjunct Professors Voted to Go Union by an Overwhelming 2-to-1 Margin This Week, Casting Ballots to Join Faculty Forward - a Project of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 509. The Vote Represents a Significant Victory for Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Throughout the Greater Boston Area, With More Than 2,600 more»

Via The Huffington Post: Organized Labor Is Showing Signs Of Life

Published on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 in Young Unionists
On Sunday, When 3,800 Members of the United Steelworkers (USW) Walked Off Their Jobs at Nine Oil Refineries Across the Country, it Marked the First National Oil Refinery Strike In More Than Three Decades, Going All the Way Back to 1980. Congratulations USW! With This Strike, Organized Labor is Finally Showing Signs of Life. Although Industry Analysts more»

Labor Perspective From Western New York Area Labor Federation President Richard Lipsitz: A Blueprint For A ‘New’ Western New York

Published on Sunday, February 1, 2015 in Young Unionists Editor’s Note: The Following Op-Ed Piece - A Blueprint For A New Western New York - is Authored by Richard Lipsitz - Who Serves as President of the Western New York AFL-CIO Area Labor Federation (WNYALF). The Regional AFL-CIO Labor Organization Oversees Five Individual Labor Councils in Buffalo, Niagara-Orleans, Dunkirk, Jamestown more»

Ever Wonder What The ‘Benefit’ Is To Being In A Union? How About $207 More Dollars A Week!

Published on Friday, January 30, 2015 in Young Unionists
Ever Wonder What the Benefit is to Being in a Union? Well Here’s a Big One: On Average, Union Members Make $207 More Dollars a Week Than Non-Union Workers. That’s $10,000 More Each Year, According to the Latest Report From the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). No Wonder Studies Show Union Members are Happier. But it’s Not more»

Next Up: Young Unionists Leading the Way

Published on Thursday, January 29, 2015 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – Young Unionist Rick Pospichal - a Labor Leader With the American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME) - is One of the Two Newly Elected Members of the National AFL-CIO’s Young Workers Advisory Council, a Board of Young Union Members Who Care About the Issues That Matter Most to People Newly Joining more»

Via The Ithaca Journal: Adjuncts At Ithaca College Seek Unionization

Published on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 in Young Unionists
(ITHACA) - Adjunct Professors at Ithaca College Plan to File for Union Elections This Semester, Following a National Trend Toward Unionization in the Part-Time College Teaching Ranks, The Ithaca Journal Reported This Week. A Group of Part-Time Faculty Professors at Ithaca College Started Pursuing Union Affiliation Last Spring With Adjunct Action, a Project more»

What’s In The ‘State Of The Union’ For Young Workers?

Published on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - As National AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka Noted, President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address Was Filled With “Eloquent and Forceful Advocacy for Working Families,” Including Combating Income Inequality, Raising Wages and Strengthening Unions. Obama’s Address Also Contained a Number of Proposals That more»

What Happens When Republican Governed States Pass Right-To-Work (For Less) Laws? Union Membership Falls

Published on Monday, January 26, 2015 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – This is What Happens When Republican-Governed States Pass Right-to-Work (For Less) Legislation: Union Membership in Michigan Fell Sharply in 2014 as the Effect of the New Anti-Worker Law - Which Ended Compulsory Union Membership for Many Workers - Started to be Felt. As a Result, Michigan Fell to the 11th Most-Unionized State, more»

Fired Black & Hispanic McDonald’s Workers Allege They Were Dismissed For Being ‘Minorities’

Published on Friday, January 23, 2015 in Young Unionists
(THE STATE OF VIRGINIA) - In a Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed Thursday (January 22nd), 10 Former Workers at Three McDonald’s Locations in Virginia Allege They Were Unceremoniously Fired Last May After Being Told by Supervisors That There Were “Too Many Black People” Working at the Franchises. Filed in U.S. District Court/Western more»

Yet Another Example Of Union Workers ‘Giving Back:’ Union Construction Workers In Boston Complete Emergency Homeless Shelter Renovation In Amazing Two-Week Period

Published on Friday, January 23, 2015 in Young Unionists
(BOSTON) “It’s Unbelievable to Me!,” Dr. Huy Nguyen Told The Boston Globe as he Inspected the City’s New State-of-the-Art Facility to House the Homeless. Built Out of Necessity After the Condemnation of the Only Bridge Leading to Long Island Left 700 Homeless Men and Women Without Shelter, the Facility Was Completed in Just Over more»

One Of Michelle Obama’s State Of The Union Guests Was A One-Time Construction Union Apprentice

Published on Thursday, January 22, 2015 in Young Unionists
We Party Patriots Editor’s Note: Considering This Site’s Frequent Focus On Skilled Trades Apprenticeship, It Seems Only Fitting to Celebrate the Recognition by the Obama Administration of a Union Apprentice Whose Live Was Forever Changed by the Opportunity to Train With the Laborers International Union of America. Below is a Press Release From more»

Labor Unions & Financial Reform Groups Push For ‘Postal Banking’ With New Coalition

Published on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - Financial Reform Groups, Joined by Postal Unions and Others From Organized Labor, Have Announced the Creation of a National Campaign to Expand Banking Services: The Campaign For Postal Banking Proposes to Expand Access to Affordable Financial Services Through the United States Postal Service’s (USPS) 31,000 Retail Branches. The more»

Want To Be Happy? Join A Union

Published on Sunday, January 18, 2015 in Young Unionists Editor’s Note: This Op-Talk Piece, Authored by John Guida, is Being Notice and is Making the Rounds On Social Media. Your On-Line Labor Newspaper Thought it Would be of Interest to Our Many Readers and Viewers. You Can Access it in its Entirety at: more»