Today in Labor History Aug. 23, 1927 Italian immigrants Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, accused of murder and tried unfairly, were executed on this day. The case became an international cause and sparked demonstrations and strikes throughout the world. ~ Voices of Labor
• America’s workers need a labor union comeback • Presidential candidates shouldn’t ignore worker concerns • NLRB rolls back workers rights to concerted activity • Retail workers scared to go to work after shootings • Public service unions still strong a year after Janus • Stopping “Scabby the Rat’ is latest NLRB ploy • The myth of the rugged individual • Political realities have stacked the deck against American workers • The poultry industry recruited them. Now ICE raids are devastating their communities.