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Nurses hold signs at a Vigil for Nurses Who've Died From Covid-19 at the U.S. Capital on July 21, 2020 in Washington, D.C. They gathered at the Capitol demanding that the U.S. Senate pass the HEROES Act, which would provide much needed personal protective equipment and regulatory protections for frontline workers. (Photo: Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images) News
Labor Unions and Green Groups Sue Trump Admin. for 'Failure to Protect Frontline Workers From Covid-19'
"People are dying, and more people are going to die because the Trump administration has totally failed to protect Americans who have been on the job throughout the pandemic keeping our country running."
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The U.S. Department of Labor building is pictured in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, April 2, 2020. (Photo: Caroline Brehman/CQ-Roll Call, Inc. via Getty Images) News
US Labor Unions File UN Complaint Accusing Trump Administration of "Outrageous" Violations of Workers' Rights Amid Pandemic
Covid-19 "has demonstrated that not only is the U.S. violating workers' rights, but those violations are resulting in people dying."
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Workers and allies demanding a $15 an hour wage stage a protest outside a McDonald's restaurant. News
As NLRB Delivers 'Victory' to McDonald's, Docs Reveal Fast Food Giant's Dirty Anti-Union Tactics
"The owner class will buy up every lever of power they can... But in the end we will win because together we are unstoppable."
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Sanders Unveils Workplace Democracy Plan to Expand Labor Rights and Double Union Membership
The presidential hopeful aims to end "right to work for less" and union-busting, and bar federal contracts for companies that exploit workers
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Members of New York's 1199 SEIU at the 2017 DC Climate March on April 29, 2017. News
'Fantastic... Who's Next?' SEIU First National Union to Endorse Green New Deal
"We need to combat climate change while raising standards for all working people."
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'Our Democracy Is Sick': Progressive Groups Join Forces to Ensure Voting Rights and End Corporate Sabotage of Common Good
"Today our system is in crisis," warns the new Declaration for American Democracy. "Together we must build a democracy where everyone participates, every vote is counted, voting rights are fully enforced, and everyone's voice is heard."
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Because 'Solidarity Is Key,' Labor Leaders Amplify Call for Peoples Climate March
'We must increase economic opportunity, protect and improve public health, and address, not ignore, the problems being caused by climate change.' —Chris Shelton, Communications Workers of America
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Union Cuts Budget in Preparation for Trump's "Extremist-Run Government"
"Because the far right will control all three branches of the federal government, we will face serious threats to the ability of working people to join together in unions," said SEIU president Mary Kay Henry
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As Fight Goes Global, McDonald's Under Fire for 'Low Road' Business Model
Brazil hearing marks 'major escalation of the global effort to hold McDonald’s accountable for its mistreatment of workers and bad corporate citizenship'
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25 Years Later: Lessons from the Organizers of Justice for Janitors
On June 15, 1990, the Los Angeles Police Department viciously attacked immigrant janitors who were striking for the right to organize in Century City, Los Angeles. In a story that is now all too familiar, the police claimed they were defending themselves. Only later, when TV news footage exposed...
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