As I've somehow became a national expert on the relationship between the labor and environmental movements, I often get asked to comment on stories like this one in the Albany.
This is the grave of I.W. Abel. Iorwith Abel was born in 1908 in Magnolia, Ohio to a working class family. His father was a blacksmith and his mother's family.
On June 17, 1936, the Steel Workers Organizing Committee was created. This pioneering industrial union was critical in the mass organizing of the nation's giant factories in arguably the nation's.
Donald Trump's absurd attacks on USW Local 1999 president Chuck Jones gives him the opportunity to respond and note Trump's lies to working-class Americans, as well as why Trump appealed.
This is the grave of Philip Murray, former CIO president and of the United Steelworkers of America. Born in Blantyre, Scotland in 1892. His father was a miner and union.
On December 21, the National Labor Relations Board ruled that Allegheny Technologies committed a labor violation when it locked out workers at steel plants across the country back in August..
Last week, I wrote about the ATI lockout of their union mills. Wanted to highlight this issue once again. The United Steelworkers held a big rally in Pittsburgh yesterday to.
Probably the most underreported story in American labor right now is what's going on steel. There are more unionized steel jobs in the U.S. than you'd think and a lot.