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by Guest Post | on Oct 08, 2021

DA: Triple H Concrete Scams $280k from Laborers

Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini today announced the sentencing of a construction business owner for failing to pay more than $280,000 in benefits to laborers on public works...

by Kris LaGrange | on Oct 08, 2021

The Do's and Don'ts of Supporting a Strike

Over the last few months, there has been a wave of strikes. Nurses in Buffalo and Massachusetts, miners in Alabama, and strikes at Nabisco, Frito Lays, and now Kellogg are just a few of the strikes...

by Guest Post | on Oct 07, 2021

Get a Shot, Protect our Kids

This editorial was written by Randi Marshall and was first published in Newsday. For years, I was one of "those" parents. As co-president of my daughter’s elementary school Parent...

by Kris LaGrange | on Oct 06, 2021

New York Gets its First Farmworkers Union

After decades of union activists fighting to change the law, New York finally has their first farmworkers union. The organizing effort was made possible due to a change in state law in 2019....

by Brian Young | on Oct 05, 2021

Organizing Wins for Wildlife Workers

Throughout the month of September, numerous workplaces organized and held votes on whether the staff would join a union. Below are some of the highlights from four workplaces that decided to vote in...

by Kris LaGrange | on Oct 05, 2021

NYC Police Union HQ Raided by Feds

On Tuesday morning the controversial 13,0000 member NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association’s (SBA) office in lower Manhattan and the home of their President was raided by federal investigators...

by Kris LaGrange | on Oct 01, 2021

15 Anti-Vaxxers Who Died

Over the last year and a half, conservatives have played a major role in pushing people to not take COVID seriously, not wear your mask, and to avoid getting a vaccine. Thanks to these efforts, Red...

by Brian Young | on Sep 30, 2021

Will IATSE Shut Down Hollywood?

Over the weekend of October 1-4, IATSE members from across the country who work on streaming programs, episodic television, and movies will vote on whether their union should authorize a strike....

by Guest Post | on Sep 28, 2021

Girl Scouts Electrical Day Sparks Interest in Trades

This article was written by the IBEW Media Department. Before the fun began with hammers and drills and simulated sections of wall, leaders at the Power Girls camp north of Minnesota’s Twin...

by Guest Post | on Sep 27, 2021

Alabama Miner's Enter Sixth Month on Strike

Larry Spencer, UMWA District 20 Vice President, represents the 1,100 coal miners in three UMWA locals which on strike against Warrior Met in Alabama since April 1, 2021. He will give an update on the...

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