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Workers Employed By A Microsoft Contractor Successfully Organize A Union - A Rare Feat In The Tech Industry - And Is Now Bargaining With Its Company Over A Contract

Published on Friday, January 16, 2015 in Young Unionists
(SEATTLE) - After About a Year Working at Lionbridge Technologies On Microsoft’s Redmond Campus, Marilyse Benyakar Started Asking Questions. Why Did Lionbridge, Hired by Microsoft to Vet the Content Of Windows Tablet Applications, Not Offer Paid Time Off or Sick Days? How Long Could Benyakar and Other So-Called Temporary Workers Remain That more»

Workplace & Public Safety Threatened By Republican Regulatory Bill

Published on Thursday, January 15, 2015 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Would Have Been Prevented From Issuing Timely Guidelines On Protecting Health Care Workers and First Responders From the Ebola Virus and How to Control the Spread of the Deadly Virus to the Public Under a Republican Bill the House Is Set to Vote On This Week. The Bill (H.R.185) Would more»

National AFL-CIO To Travel To Four Presidential Primary States & 10 Targeted Cities As Part Of The Labor Movement’s Raising Wages Campaign

Published on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - At the National AFL-CIO's National Summit on Raising Wages Last Week, President Richard Trumka Announced Two Important New Parts of the Labor Federation's Agenda. This Spring, the Federation Will Sponsor Raising Wages Summits in Four Key States. Additionally, the National AFL-CIO Will Organize Projects in 10 Cities to Focus On Raising more»

Via addictinginfo.com: Things Instantly ‘Fall Apart’ At United After Airlines Replace Their Unionized Baggage Handlers With Minimum Wage Contractors

Published on Sunday, January 11, 2015 in Young Unionists
(DENVER) - Free Market Hardliners May Not Like to Hear it, But the Old Adage is True: You Get What You Pay For and Paying People Next-to-Nothing to Do an Extremely Labor-Intensive Job Won’t Get You Many Willing Applicants. Nowhere is That More Obvious Than in Denver Right Now, Where Travel-Wary Passengers Getting Off Their Flights are Discovering more»

‘Another’ Union Member ‘Making A Difference’ For Working People: AFSCME Activist Sworn In As Newest Congresswoman From California

Published on Saturday, January 10, 2015 in Young Unionists
(LOS ANGELES) - American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Union Member and Former California State Senator Norma Torres - Who Handily Won Election to the U.S. House of Representatives Back in November, Gaining More Than 63% of the Vote - Was Sworn in to Public Office On January 6th. With Torres’s Election, Congress Now more»

‘Big Tent’ News Conference On Capitol Hill Shows Big Opposition To Government Fast Tracking The Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement

Published on Friday, January 9, 2015 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - An Amazing Line-Up of Members of Congressional, Union Activists, Environmental Leaders, People of Faith, Small Business and Community Leaders Stood Together On Capitol Hill This Week to Show the Broad and Growing Opposition to Fast Track Authority for Trade Deals Like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). “America Will more»

Labor Op-Ed: How Millennials Can Make Their Mark On Unions

Published on Tuesday, January 6, 2015 in Young Unionists
Graduate Students at the University Of Connecticut (UConn) Had Many Reasons to Feel Unhappy: An Increasing Share of Their Stipends Was Being Eaten Up by Fees, Sometimes for Services and Facilities They Mostly Didn’t Use; The Health Care Plan They’d Traditionally Been Offered Was Taken Away, Leaving Them With Coverage Many Found to be Inadequate; more»

Here It Comes: State of Michigan Bans Student Athletes From Unionizing

Published on Sunday, January 4, 2015 in Young Unionists
(THE STATE OF MICHIGAN) - Athletes at Michigan Universities are Now Prohibited From Unionizing Under a New Law Signed Just Before New Year’s Day by Republican Governor Rick Snyder. The Law, Which Was Hastily Introduced and Passed by Michigan Republicans During the State Legislature’s Lame Duck Session, Requires All Athletes at a School be more»

Organized Labor Across New York State Remembers Former Governor Mario Cuomo, Who Has Passed Away At The Age Of 82

Published on Friday, January 2, 2015 in Young Unionists
(NEW YORK STATE) – Labor Leaders From Across New York State are Offering Their Condolences and Taking Time Today (Friday, January 2nd) to Remember Mario Cuomo, the Three-Term Governor “Who Touched the Lives of So Many Working People” Here in New York and Throughout the Nation With His Words and Deeds, and “Who Understood and more»

You Have To Read This: Labor Law For The 0.01%

Published on Wednesday, December 31, 2014 in Young Unionists
In a Recent Edition of The Washington Post, Right-Wing Lobbyists Rick Berman and Newt Gingrich Calls for the New Republican Congress to Pass - Without Delay - the Ludicrously Mistitled Employee Rights Act (ERA), a Reactionary Bill That Would Promote the Interests of Powerful Corporations and Billionaires at the Expense of U.S. Workers. Between Them, more»

Get Ready For The First National Summit On Raising Wages

Published on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (Democrat-Massachusetts) Will Deliver the Keynote Address During the First National Summit On Wages That Will be Held On January 7th in Washington, D.C. The Summit - Sponsored by the National AFL-CIO - Will Examine Concrete and Progressive Steps to Raise Wages for Working People to Help Solve the more»

It’s A ‘Big’ Union Win: NLRB Ruling Could ‘Clear The Way’ For More Unionization Of Faculty Members At Private Colleges And Universities Across the United States

Published on Sunday, December 28, 2014 in Young Unionists
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Issued a Ruling Earlier This Month That Could Clear the Way for Much More Unionization of Faculty Members at Private Colleges and Universities Across the United States. In the End, the Ruling Rejected the Claims of Pacific Lutheran University That its Full-Time, Non-Tenure Track Faculty Members Were Managerial more»

Via politico.com: Organized Labor's ‘Big Comeback’ – President Obama’s Appointees Push For Worker Rights

Published on Tuesday, December 23, 2014 in Young Unionists
After a Brutal Battering In the Mid-Terms, Organized Labor Will Conclude 2014 With the Wind at its Back - Thanks to Two Out-of-the-Way Corners of the Obama Administration Whose Default Posture in Recent Memory Has Been Paralysis. The Agencies in Question are the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and the Labor Department’s Wage and Hour Division. more»

New York State Attorney General Sues Papa John's Pizza Franchise For Chiseling Workers On Wages

Published on Friday, December 19, 2014 in Young Unionists
(NEW YORK) - New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman Has Sued Another Papa John’s Pizza Franchise for Routinely Cheating Hundreds of Employees at Six of its City Shops Out of Wages. Emstar Pizza Incorporated and its Owners, Emmanuel Onuaguluchi and Uchenna Onuaguluchi, are Accused of Failing to Pay Proper Overtime to Hundreds of Workers and more»

Some 300 Construction & Contracting Businesses Join Their Workers' Unions In Opposing Wisconsin’s So-Called Right-To-Work (For Less) Legislation

Published on Thursday, December 18, 2014 in Young Unionists
(MADISON, WISCONSIN) - Some 300 Construction and Contracting Businesses This Week Joined Their Workers' Unions in Opposing the State of Wisconsin’s So-Called Right-To-Work (For Less) Legislation. The Businesses Involved in Building Roads and Buildings Around the State are Coming Together to Oppose a Proposal That Would Prohibit Them From Reaching more»

As The Union & Detroit's Big Three Carmakers Head Into Next Year's Contract Negotiations, The United Auto Workers Want The Two-Tier Pay Wage System Eliminated

Published on Sunday, December 14, 2014 in Young Unionists
(DETROIT) - Eliminating the Two-Tier Wage System That Automakers Used to Help Boost Profits Following the Recession Tops the Issues That Hourly United Auto Workers (UAW) Members Want Addressed as the Union and Detroit's Big Three Carmakers Head Into Next Year's Contract Negotiations. UAW Hourly Members Have and are Submitting Bargaining Resolutions to more»

NLRB Judge Rules Walmart Manager Cannot Legally Threaten to ‘Shoot The Union’

Published on Sunday, December 14, 2014 in Young Unionists
Yep, You Read That Headline Right. In a Decision Issued Last Week, an Administrative Law Judge for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Ruled Walmart Managers in California Had Illegally Punished Their Employees for Striking and Had Also Illegally Intimidated Those Employees With Choice Phrases Like: “If it Were Up to Me, I’d Shoot the more»

Yet Another Example Of What Can Happen When You Don’t Have A Union Supporting You: Worker Says Delta Airlines Fired Him For His Attempts to Unionize Co-Workers

Published on Friday, December 12, 2014 in Young Unionists
(MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA) – Kip Hedges of Minneapolis is Fighting to Get His Job Back After he says Delta Airlines Fired Him for Trying to Unionize the Air Carrier’s Employees. Hedges says His Comments About the Need to Raise the Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour and the Right to Unionize, Cost Him His Job of 26 Years. For 26 Years, Hedges Worked more»

All Those Anti-Labor Laws Being Passed By Republican-Led Legislatures Around The Country Could Be Having An Unforeseen Consequence: Increased Labor Strife

Published on Friday, December 12, 2014 in Young Unionists
All Those Anti-Labor Laws Being Passed by Republican-Led Legislatures Around the Country Could be Having an Unforeseen Consequence: Increased Labor Strife. Crain’s Detroit, a Business Publication in the Heart of the Modern American Labor Movement, Reports the Breakdown of Unions in Michigan - the State That’s Adopted Right-to-Work (For Less) more»

Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Negotiators Hit With Protests That Media Doesn't Cover

Published on Thursday, December 11, 2014 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON) - Shouldn't it be a Trade Violation to Threaten to Move Someone's Job to Another Country? Shouldn't We Negotiate Trade Agreements That Increase People's Wages On Both Sides of a Trade Border? These are the Kinds of Agreements We Would Make if - We the People - Were Negotiating Trade Agreements With Representatives of the Working People in more»

Key Union Leaders – Including New York State AFL-CIO President Mario Cilento - Support The ‘New Deal For New York’ Proposal

Published on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 in Young Unionists
(NEW YORK CITY) - Several Top Union Leaders – Including New York State AFL-CIO President Mario Cilento - Monday (December 8th) Praised a Plan by State Senator Jeffrey Klein and His Group of Breakaway Democrats to Use the State’s $5 Billion Windfall From Legal Settlements On Job Creation Through Infrastructure Projects. Senator Klein First more»

Does The Mainstream Media ‘Really’ Care About Labor Anymore?

Published on Sunday, December 7, 2014 in Young Unionists
WNYLaborToday.com Editor’s Note: The Following Labor News Stories Appeared in Politico and The Huffington Post. WNYLaborToday.com Believes They Would Both be of Interest to Our Many Visitors, Readers and Viewers. Far Too Many Times WNYLaborToday.com Editor-Publisher Tom Campbell Has Heard a Labor Leader Complain About Daily Newspapers Not Giving more»

Union Plus Mortgage Program Helps Philly IBEW Member Eric Hudson, Who Took A Wallop In The Recession

Published on Sunday, December 7, 2014 in Young Unionists
(PHILADELPHIA) - During the Recent Economic Downturn, 16-Year Philadelphia International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 98 Member Eric Hudson Twice Went More Than Six Months Without Work - But the Bills Kept Stacking Up and Hudson Was Getting Nervous About His Mortgage. “I Did What I Could to Keep Some Money Coming in During Hard more»

Yet Another Group Of Adjuncts See The Worth In Being Union-Represented As Adjunct Faculty At Saint Michael's College In Vermont ‘Go Union’

Published on Wednesday, December 3, 2014 in Young Unionists
(COLCHESTER, VERMONT) - Adjunct Faculty at Saint Michael's College in Colchester, Vermont Have Voted to Join the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Following the Lead of Adjuncts at Champlain College and Burlington College. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Released the Results of the Vote On Monday (December 1th). This Semester, 101 more»

Senator Bernie Sanders’ 12-Point Plan To Save America By ‘Eating The Rich:’ Make It Easier For Workers To Join Unions And Bargain For Higher Wages And Benefits

Published on Wednesday, December 3, 2014 in Young Unionists
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (Independent-Vermont) Has a Terrific New Economic Plan to Save America and it’s So Crazy it Just Might Work! Except, of Course, That it Will Never Work, Because Sadly, Our Senate is Filled With a Whole Bunch of Senators Who are Not Bernie Sanders, and Do Not Ask the Kinds of Questions he Asks, Such as: Are We Prepared to more»

A Labor Perspective From Matt Sinovic Of Progress Iowa: We Should All Be ‘Thankful’ For Labor Unions’ Successes

Published on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 in Young Unionists
WNYLaborToday.com Editor’s Note: This Labor Perspective Comes Courtesy of Matt Sinovic Via The Desmoines Register. Sinovic Serves as Executive Director of Progress Iowa, a Statewide Organization Focused On Research, Education and Advocacy Involving Iowa Public Policy. You Can Contact Sinovic Directly at: matt@progressiowa.org. You Can Also Directly more»

Recent & Successful Organizing Campaigns Helping Pittsburgh Unions Find Their Footing

Published on Monday, December 1, 2014 in Young Unionists
(PITTSBURGH) - Pittsburgh’s Union Past Has Become the Foundation of Future Unionization. During the Last Two Years, With Very Public Organizing Drives Being Conducted at the University at Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) and the Rivers Casino, Other Drives Have Taken Hold - Including the Unionization of Adjunct Professors at Duquesne, Point Park and more»

A Labor Perspective From Columbia University Journalism Professor Thomas Edsall Via The New York Times: Republicans Sure Love To Hate Unions

Published on Saturday, November 29, 2014 in Young Unionists
WNYLaborToday.com Editor’s Note: Thomas Edsall, a Professor of Journalism at Columbia University in New York City, is the Author of The Age Of Austerity. His Column On Demographic and Strategic Trends in American Politics Appears in The New York Times Every Wednesday. During the Year Leading Up to the 2012 Elections, he Wrote for The Times as a more»

U.S. Labor Secretary Perez Praises Boston Construction Unions’ Apprenticeship Program

Published on Friday, November 28, 2014 in Young Unionists
(BOSTON) – During a Tour This Week of Sheet Metal Workers Local 17 Headquarters in Boston, U.S. Labor Department Secretary Thomas Perez Praised the Union’s Building Pathways Pre-Apprenticeship Program, Lauding it as a “Pathway to the Middle Class.” Perez Announced the U.S. Department of Labor Would Soon be Starting a Program Which more»

Did You Know There’s A ‘Free’ Internet Guide For Unions, Their Members & Worker Organizations That Offers An Array Of Balanced & Comprehensive Labor Information?

Published on Monday, November 24, 2014 in Young Unionists
(ITHACA, NEW YORK) - The Catherwood Library at the Cornell University School of Industrial & Labor Relations (ILR) Has Created a Free Internet Guide for Members of Unions and Worker Organizations to Search for Balanced and Comprehensive Information On Labor and Working Class Issues. The Information is Especially Useful for Teachers Seeking High more»

Interesting ‘Labor Take’ From Oregon AFL-CIO President Tom Chamberlain: On Election Night, What Separated The State of Oregon From The Rest Of The Country?

Published on Thursday, November 20, 2014 in Young Unionists
On the Afternoon of November 4th, I Began to Follow Election Returns From Across the United States and the News Wasn’t Good. The Blue Tide That Swept Across America in 2008 On President Obama’s Coattails Was Ebbing. Democrats Who Had Won Senate Seats in Republican States Lost Big. Throughout the Night, Swing States Such as Colorado Elected more»

Pushing For Higher Wages, Walmart Employees Plan Strikes For 1,600 Walmart Stores On Black Friday

Published on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 in Young Unionists
A Group of Walmart Employees Pushing for Higher Wages Have Announced They’re Planning Protests at 1,600 Walmart Stores Nationwide On Black Friday, Which is the Biggest Shopping Day of the Year in the United States. The Labor Group, Our Walmart, Protested at 1,200 To 1,400 Walmart Stores Last Year On Black Friday, the Day After the Thanksgiving more»

Via americanprogressaction.org: Study Finds That Unions Are Among The ‘Very Few’ Interest Groups That Represent The Middle Class

Published on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 in Young Unionists
WNYLaborToday.com Editor’s Note: The Following Labor News Report Comes to Your On-Line Labor Newspaper Via www.americanprogressaction.com and Was Authored by David Madland, Who Serves as the Director of the American Worker Project at the Center For American Progress Action Fund, and Danielle Corley - a Special Assistant for the Economic Policy Team. more»

Via theatlantic.com: Did You Know That Union Membership Is Very Sexy?

Published on Monday, November 17, 2014 in Young Unionists
Who Knew a Union Card Was a Turn-On? Well, That Might Not be Literally the Case, But a New Study Finds That for Men, Union Membership Can Boost Their Chances of Getting Hitched. Research Shows for Men, Income Correlates With Marriage Rates: The Decline in Marriage is More Pronounced for Men in Middle and Lower Income Groups. This Basic Relationship more»

Labor History: George Pullman Hired Formerly Enslaved Black Men Because They Knew How To Be 'Servile' - So They Formed A Union

Published on Monday, November 10, 2014 in Young Unionists
When George Pullman Began Shortly After the Civil War Building His Train Sleeping Car Empire - Built On Service and Luxury for Wealthy Passengers - He Hired Thousands of Former Slaves Who Had the Experience of Serving Masters and Their Families, Which Translated to the Clientele. In This Installment Of Upworthy’s Mini-Series On Labor History, Brandon more»

What They’re Saying: An Interesting Smattering Of Reaction From Union Members & Working People On The Mid-Term Elections Via The Social Network Facebook

Published on Friday, November 7, 2014 in Young Unionists
WNYLaborToday.com Has More 7,000 Social Network Connections On Facebook, With More Than 85% Falling Under the Categories of Labor Organizations, Labor Unions, Union Leadership and Individual Union Members. Many Posted a Variety of Extremely Interesting and Powerful Comments After Tuesday’s Mid-Term Election, Some of Which Your On-Line Labor Newspaper more»

United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams: The Campaigns Have Ended, But Labor Fights On

Published on Friday, November 7, 2014 in Young Unionists
(DETROIT) – The Detroit News Published the Following Opinion Piece Authored by United Auto Workers (UAW) President Dennis Williams After Tuesday’s Mid-Term Elections: We’ve Made it Through Another Election Day and It Presents Us With Another Opportunity to Reflect On Our Values, The Progress We’ve Made, and Why It’s So more»

How Republicans ‘Conned’ The American People Into Giving Them Control Of The Senate

Published on Thursday, November 6, 2014 in Young Unionists
The Lazy Explanation From the Media and Political Chattering Classes is Democrats Lost Their Senate Majority Because of Barack Obama. The Truth is That Senate Republicans Ran a Years’ Long Con On the American People That Resulted in the GOP’s Election Win Earlier This Week. Republicans Originally Had a Plan to Obstruct Everything President more»

As Potential Merger With US Foods Looms, Sysco Drivers In Missouri Join The ‘Movement to Get Organized’ - Vote For Teamster Representation

Published on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 in Young Unionists
(KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI) - Concerned About Job Security and the Effects Of Sysco’s Possible Acquisition of US Foods, 43 Sysco Drivers in Kansas City, Missouri Voted On Halloween to Join Teamsters Local 41 by a Tally of 25-to-14, Union Officials Have Announced. Ahead Of Friday’s (October 31st) Election, a Majority of the Drivers Voiced Support more»

Election 2014: Hundreds Of Union Member Candidates Are Running For Public Office

Published on Monday, November 3, 2014 in Young Unionists
Did You Know That Hundreds of Union Members are Running for Elective Office Across the United States This Year? In Fact, Some are First-Timers Running for Local Office, While Others are Incumbents Seeking Re-Election to the U.S. Senate. The National AFL-CIO News Now Web Site Has Examined a Few of These Brave Individuals Who are Willing to Fight for more»

Powerful Los Angeles County Labor Leader Maria Elena Durazo Leaving Top Post At L.A. County Federation Of Labor

Published on Thursday, October 30, 2014 in Young Unionists
(LOS ANGELES) - Maria Elena Durazo (Pictured Above) - the Powerful Los Angeles County Labor Leader Who Helped Elect Politicians, Boost Wages and Push Through Major Development Projects said Wednesday (October 29th) That She’s Leaving Her Post to Take a National Union Job Promoting Civil Rights and Campaigning for Immigration Reform. The Los Angeles more»

Did You Know That Burger King And McDonald's Pay Fast Food Workers $20 An Hour In Denmark?

Published on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 in Young Unionists
Imagine a World Where Fast Food Workers Can Pay Their Rent and Utility Bills, Plus Buy Their Children Food and Clothes. Well, You Don't Have to Imagine it Because Such a Place Exists. It's Called Denmark. A New York Times Article This Week Chronicled the Life of a Danish Fast Food Worker Named Hampus Elofsson, Who Works 40 Hours a Week at a Burger King more»

Labor Perspective From UFCW 8-Golden State President Jacques Loveall: “It’s Time to Fight Back And Rebuild The Strength Of America’s Unions”

Published on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 in Young Unionists
WNYLaborToday.com Editor’s Note: Jacques Loveall is President of United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW)-Golden State, Which Represents 30,000 Members. Loveall Also Serves as a Vice President of the California Labor Federation, Which Collectively Represents 2.1 Million Union Members Across the State. Your On-Line Labor Newspaper Ran Across His more»

Trade Unions Still Offer Economic Viability

Published on Monday, October 27, 2014 in Young Unionists
(BALTIMORE) - At a Time When Wages for Many Americans Have Stagnated, and in the City of Baltimore Where Unemployment Outpaces the National Average, Trade Unions Still Offer Young People an Opportunity to Earn Things That Seem Almost Lost to the Pages of History Books: a Living Wage, Health Insurance and a Retirement Pension. For Cory McCray, an Organizer more»

11 ‘Great Reasons’ To Vote On November 4th

Published on Sunday, October 19, 2014 in Young Unionists
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 Planning to Vote, But is Asking Union Members Who May Know Someone Who’s On the Fence and Who May Think That Elections in more»

WNYLaborToday.com Interview With Philadelphia AFL-CIO Council President Patrick Eiding: Union Members ‘Don't Fully Understand’ The Benefits Of Being In A Union

Published on Monday, October 13, 2014 in Young Unionists
WNYLaborToday.com Editor’s Note: Philadelphia AFL-CIO Council President Patrick Eiding (Pictured Above) Heads One of the Largest Central Labor Councils in the United States, Which Counts Close to 150,000 Union-Represented Workers in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Area. Eiding – Who Hosts a Weekly Labor Radio Show in Philadelphia (Today In Philly more»

New American Airlines Passenger Service Agents Vote Big For Union Representation - Election Is ‘Biggest’ Union Organizing Victory In The South In Decades

Published on Thursday, October 2, 2014 in Young Unionists
(WASHINGTON) - After a 19-Year Struggle, 9,000 American Airlines Passenger Service Agents Have Voted to Go Union With the Members of the US Airways Communications Workers of America (CWA)-International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) Association to Form a New Bargaining Unit of 14,500 Agents at American Airlines – Which Now Becomes the Largest Labor more»

Tennessee Film Workers Union Organizes Safety Course After Fatal Train Accident In Nearby Georgia

Published on Thursday, October 2, 2014 in Young Unionists
(THE STATE OF TENNESSEE) - The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development is Pumping $3,000 Into Sponsoring a Safety Class for Film Workers That Would Teach Them How to Shoot Safely Around Train Tracks. This Comes After a Deadly Accident On a Movie Set in the Nearby State of Georgia Earlier This Year. The Crew for the Movie - Midnight more»

WNY Labor Revels In The Role It Played On Primary Day

Published on Sunday, September 14, 2014 in Young Unionists
(BUFFALO) – It Was Appropriate That State Senator Tim Kennedy Asked Western New York AFL-CIO Area Labor Federation (WNYALF) President Richard Lipsitz to Introduce Him to a Cheering Crowd After Kennedy Registered a Landslide Primary Day Victory Over Challenger Betty Jean Grant On Tuesday. And Looking Back - it Can be Considered More Than a Tip of the more»

WNYLaborToday.com Labor Pictorial: Leftover Photos From The 2014 Buffalo Labor Day Parade

Published on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 in Young Unionists
Even Though the Event Was Held Last Week, WNYLaborToday.com Took a Number of Photos From the 2014 Buffalo Labor Day Parade That it Wanted to Publish. So, Here’s Another Look Back at Organized Labor’s Day in the City of Good Neighbors: