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by Kris LaGrange | on Feb 08, 2018

IBEW Members Raise $30K to Support Local 665 Father

Following IBEW 665 member Randy Margraves outburst in court last week, when the IBEW brother attempted to take justice into his own hands against the USA Gymnastics coach who sexually abused his...

by Brian Young | on Feb 06, 2018

Super Bowl Ads Get Political

During Sunday’s Super Bowl, companies tried to make a statement through their ads. Ram Trucks used Dr. Martin Luther King Jr to sell trucks, T-Mobile used babies to sell phones and promote...

by Kris LaGrange | on Feb 05, 2018

MLB Players Talk Spring Training Boycott

The Super Bowl is over and pitchers and catchers are getting ready to report to Spring Training in the coming weeks, but not all players are happy as some are accusing owners of colluding in free...

by Kris LaGrange | on Feb 02, 2018

IBEW Father Attacks Daughters Abuser

There’s not much to say about this video that has gone viral. The father of three of Larry Nassar’s victims did what any self-respecting father would do. Unsure if he planned on wearing...

by Guest Post | on Jan 31, 2018

NYC Public School Teacher Wins Grammy

"My feet will never forget it."   That's what Bronx music teacher Melissa Salguero recalls about walking the red carpet last night at the Grammy Music awards, where she was...

by Kris LaGrange | on Dec 11, 2017

Union Busting on the Set of Norma Rae

Norma Rae may be a film about organizing a union, but the producers of the Broadway adaptation seem to have missed the point of the story when they decided to not allow a casting director to take...

by Kate Hogan | on Dec 05, 2017

Wilson Footballs: Made in the USA

Each year, millions of fans sit down to watch the Super Bowl. When the camera focuses on the ball right before kickoff, it is focusing on a product that is American made. Every point that has ever...

by Kate Hogan | on Nov 29, 2017

UCOMM Sneak Peak: Al Pacino as Jimmy Hoffa

Only Martin Scorsese could get together a super-group of mobster movie legends like Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, and Robert De Niro. He’s done that with his new movie, The Irishman.

by Brian Young | on Nov 14, 2017

Longest Actors Strike in History is Over

The longest actors strike in history is officially over. Last year, UCOMM reported on the voices of video games going on strike. Now, after 340 days of walking the picket line, the strike has come to...

by Kris LaGrange | on Nov 03, 2017

Scab Stabs Union Protesters at Tennis Center

Non-union construction firms are popping up all over New York City. As more building is going on, many of these non-union contractors are failing to properly vet their hires. This was never more...