• Today in Labor History
    June 14, 1924
    The Ku Klux Klan attacks members of the Industrial Workers of the World at the IWW’s meeting hall in San Pedro, California, during a benefit for the families of two workers killed in a railroad accident. The KKK beat many of the 300 members; kidnapped, tarred, and feathered others; destroyed everything inside the building; and scalded two children by burning them with a pot of coffee.

  • Weekly News Wrap-Up: 5/14/2021
    Posted On: May 14, 2021

      • Justice for 10 fired UPS workers in Queens, NY
      • Labor law is stuck in 1947
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      • Congress: Oppose the American Jobs Plan at your own risk
      • The PRO Act: What’s in it and why is it a Labor Movement priority?
      • Teamsters, international unions call for major reforms at XPO
      • White House group gets to work on plan to increase unionization of workers
      • $15 an hour for federal contractors is great. A union is better.

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