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Published On 7/1/2024
The San Francisco LaborFest starts today and runs throughout the month. While most of the events take place in San Francisco, some are online.
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Published On 6/29/2024
Both editions of the LHF newsletter will be on summer hiatus July 1-15; look for our next edition on Friday, July 19. The Labor Heritage Power Hour will also be on hiatus July 4 and 11, tune in on July 18 for our next show.
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Published On 6/28/2024
Remembering civil and labor rights apostle Rev. James Lawson and labor radio pioneer Frank Emspak.
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Published On 6/27/2024
The DC ’23-’24 Avodah Corps class took a DC Labor Walk through downtown Washington on May 30th with LHF Executive Director Chris Garlock.
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Published On 6/27/2024
Guthrie Theater Front-Facing Crew Votes to Join IATSE; Blue Cubicle Press’ latest a “cornucopia of great writing; More than “Finding The Money’: MMT, Political Strategy, and the State
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Published On 6/27/2024
By Amber Kim, an incarcerated writer in the Washington Corrections Center for Women.
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Published On 6/24/2024
Check out our weekly run-down of labor arts and culture around the country!
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Published On 6/23/2024
Philip Tipperman's painting.
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Published On 6/23/2024
“If you put some effort into how things look, it really can change and carry the message better…"
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Published On 6/22/2024
An exploration of nonviolence and organizing through the life and teachings of Rev. James Lawson.
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Published On 6/22/2024
Now THIS is what solidarity looks like!
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Published On 6/21/2024
Actors’ Equity Association (Equity), the union representing professional actors and stage managers in live theater, will cease issuing contracts for work on the Development Agreement.
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Published On 6/21/2024
Four of the winning entries in this year’s National History Day contest had a labor focus, reports Mark Pattison.
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Published On 6/21/2024
Elise and Chris play some listener suggestions for the show’s new theme song...
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Published On 6/20/2024
Upcoming events
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Published On 6/20/2024
One of the entries in our Labor Heritage Hour Theme Song Contest.
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Published On 6/9/2024
1934 & Now: Connections of the Minneapolis Truckers’ Strike of 1934 is an art exhibit organized by Keith Christensen in conjunction with members of the Remember 1934 Collective.
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Published On 6/9/2024
From the popular TV show.
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Published On 6/9/2024
Created and performed by 1,000 mill workers from the silk industry strike, New York City
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Published On 6/8/2024
“Not only are workers in a corporate office setting having to fawn over their boss, but the representation of childcare labor is striking,” writes Lynn Arner.
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Published On 6/8/2024
From the Wayne State University Digital Collections, with over 50,000 images and texts celebrating Detroit's contributions to the arts, fashion, history, architecture, interior design, medicine and more.
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Published On 6/8/2024
USW musician and worker Mike Stout
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Published On 6/7/2024
Workers from four Twin Cities Half Price Books locations voted to ratify their first union contracts last Friday, ensuring that their jobs are protected, safe and sustainable.
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Published On 6/7/2024
Members of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) Union—a chapter of Philly Cultural Workers United, AFSCME Local 397, and an affiliate of AFSCME District Council 47—and management have successfully settled a contract dispute, ensuring longtime workers get the longevity pay they deserve.
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Published On 6/7/2024
Joe Uehlein in Concert; Chopped Liver and Unions (last day!); "Voters in Revolt" art exhibit (opens Saturday!); We Are One – Honoring Immigrant Garment Workers
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Published On 6/6/2024
THIS WEEK'S RADIO SHOW: This year marks the 90th anniversary of the 1934 Minneapolis Teamsters’ strikes, which changed the course of history and the lives of tens of thousands of working people. On today’s show, an excerpt from “Labor’s Turning Point,” a documentary on the strike.
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Published On 6/3/2024
Keith Christensen; Part of the 1934 & Now Exhibit.
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Published On 6/3/2024
“In the winter of 1934, a small group of experienced, dedicated labor activists began to change the course of history.”
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Published On 6/2/2024
Includes John DeGraaf's film "Labor's Turning Point," followed by a panel discussion with Peter Rachleff (East Side Freedom Library), David Van Deusen, President of the Vermont AFL-CIO, and Kieran Knutson, President of CWA Local 7250 (AT&T workers, Minnesota).
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Published On 6/2/2024
@dowjones just laid off more employees at @wsj — on top of the 45 IAPE members laid off this year — despite its record profits. We’ve had enough.
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Published On 6/2/2024
The banned and long-lost performance of "The Internationale" by the NBC Symphony Orchestra, with the Westminister Choir, conducted by Arturo Toscanini.
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Published On 5/31/2024
This year marks the 90th anniversary of the 1934 Minneapolis Teamsters’ strikes. These strikes changed the course of history and the lives of tens of thousands of working people.
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Published On 5/31/2024
More than a year and a half after winning voluntary recognition, workers at the Academy Foundation—the nonprofit arm of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that is dedicated to protecting film history—have ratified their first collective bargaining agreement.
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Published On 5/27/2024
Working Class Goes To Hell, NoVA Book Club, Filipino Pullman Porters & more!
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Published On 5/26/2024
Black Wobbly Ben Fletcher woodcut art by Jax, who’s featured in the audio postcard on this week's Labor Heritage Power Hour.
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Published On 5/26/2024
“Let this mural stand as a commemoration to fellow workers"
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Published On 5/26/2024
Small town, Small job folks, Factory folks.
The man enters
home, wears work on his breath. She dodges
broken glances with dinner and a peck.
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Published On 5/25/2024
A mural celebrating Ben Fletcher – “The Black Wobbly” – was unveiled in Philadelphia on May 18; check out our audio postcard.
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Published On 5/25/2024
Joanna quits with flair
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Published On 5/25/2024
UCLA service workers with @afscme3299 and allies picketing in front of Luskin Conference center demanding a fair contract.
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Published On 5/25/2024
The Overall Brigade
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Published On 5/24/2024
An overwhelming majority of the Disneyland Resort cast members who bring the magic of the amusement park to life voted to form a union on Saturday with Actors’ Equity Association.
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Published On 5/24/2024
This Memorial Day the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives suggests that one way to honor veterans is by taking part in the Lincoln Brigade Memorial Project, which remembers those who died fighting fascism in Spain.
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Published On 5/24/2024
Chopped Liver and Unions, AAPI Heritage Month Virtual Screenings, Remember 1934: "Voters in Revolt" art exhibit (Opening Reception)
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Published On 5/21/2024
Wall-to-wall staff union at Mobilization for Justice Inc | Civil Legal Services Workers; on strike for 12 weeks.
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Published On 5/21/2024
By Brooks Turner; 2023, from the 1934 & Now: Connections of the Minneapolis Truckers’ Strike of 1934 art exhibit.
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Published On 5/20/2024
This video was shown at the 50th Jubilee Gala in Niagara Falls, NY on May 10, 2024.
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Published On 5/20/2024
"Your power is in your folded arms. You have killed the mills; you have stopped production; you have broken off the profits."
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Published On 5/20/2024
Lynn Marie Smith, The Super Union Label Diva, shares a mini history lesson about the importance of Union Label and the goods and services made in the USA.
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Published On 5/20/2024
Matewan, Office Space , Chopped Liver and Unions & more!
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Published On 5/18/2024
The 90th anniversary of the 1934 Minneapolis Truckers’ Strike will be commemorated by a series of events from May through July, including exhibitions, film screenings, music, and a picnic gathering.
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Published On 5/18/2024
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Published On 5/18/2024
In 1938, 600 crab pickers struck for higher wages and a union in Crisfield, Maryland; on today’s show, an audio postcard from the May 10 dedication of an official state historical marker commemorating the strike.
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Published On 5/17/2024
Workers at Glenstone, the sprawling contemporary art museum in Montgomery County, Maryland, are moving to unionize.
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Published On 5/17/2024
Members of Writers Guild of America East (WGAE) and Writers Guild of America West (WGAW) at Sesame Workshop have overwhelmingly ratified a new five-year collective bargaining agreement.
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Published On 5/17/2024
The Illinois Labor History Society is recruiting volunteers for the Pullman Railroad Days, a weekend of historic railcars, exhibits, tours, food, music and family fun.
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Published On 5/17/2024
Twelve Starbucks baristas in a mid-town Manhattan store, declaring they couldn’t live on $7.75 an hour, signed cards demanding representation by the Industrial Workers of the World, or Wobblies.
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Published On 5/14/2024
Our new comprehensive preview of the week’s labor arts events!
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Published On 5/12/2024
Bernie Sanders talks about how songs can bring souls together in solidarity.
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Published On 5/12/2024
“If I go broke, I'll know I did it doing something culturally valuable. I haven't wasted my time."
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Published On 5/12/2024
Before last Friday, to know about the 1938 crab pickers strike in Crisfield, Maryland, you had to know about it. Now there's an official state historic road marker; here's our audio postcard.
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Published On 5/11/2024
I put the groceries on a credit card
So when the 1st comes round
We’ll have money in the bank to pay the rent
It never used to be so hard
But lately I’ve found
Before the checks come in, the money’s spent
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Published On 5/11/2024
“There are major, systemic pay inequities at @audubonsociety,” tweeted The Bird Union on May 8.
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Published On 5/10/2024
Crab Picker's Day, Eugene V. Debs Memorial Kazoo Night
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Published On 5/10/2024
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Published On 5/10/2024
Live from the 2024 LHF Solidarity Forever Awards, the annual wreath-laying at the Mother Jones historical marker, clips from the DC Labor Chorus May Day Concert, photojournalist Earl Dotter on "Power & Light: Russell Lee's Coal Survey"
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Published On 5/10/2024
“Finding the Money,” which tackles the seemingly arcane subject of Modern Money Theory or “MMT”, is the sleeper hit of this year’s DC Labor FilmFest, attracting nearly 200 attendees to last night’s screening at the AFI Silver.
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Published On 5/3/2024
AFL-CIO president Liz Shuler emphasized the “deep connection between the arts and activism” at the Labor Heritage Foundation’s annual Solidarity Forever award last night in the AFL-CIO’s Solidarity Room. “In these times where it's so challenging and difficult, art uplifts us,” said Shuler.
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Published On 4/29/2024
UAW: No deals, no wheels. No bucks, no trucks. It’s time for record profits to mean record contracts at Daimler Truck. Tick tock, Daimler! #StandUpDaimler
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Published On 4/29/2024
Ramsey Lewis Trio - The "In" Crowd (1973)
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Published On 4/29/2024
Mother Jones celebrated her birthday of May Day, so she’s been popping up all over the country recently.
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Published On 4/29/2024
“As a young union activist I had another bible," UAW President Shawn Fain said on Sunday in the final main session of the 2024 Labor Notes Conference.
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Published On 4/28/2024
Highlights from Saturday night’s concert at the Great Labor Arts Exchange in Chicago, a preview of the DC Labor FilmFest’s Opening Night screening of The Old Oak, and Elise remembers Ed Smith and Dennis Serrette.
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Published On 4/28/2024
What have American Unions ever done for us?? Turns out: quite a bit!
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Published On 4/27/2024
Eighteen months into the strike at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) last week announced that it is seeking an injunction in federal court against the Post-Gazette for dozens of ongoing ULP (Unfair Labor Practice) violations.
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Published On 4/27/2024
Art handlers and facilities workers at the Guggenheim in New York City used their lunch break last week to rally for a fair contract, as negotiations are entering the sixth month.
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Published On 4/27/2024
The workers who perform as iconic characters like Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck at Disneyland parades have filed for a National Labor Relations Board election to join Actors’ Equity Association (Equity).
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Published On 4/23/2024
“When I first started coming to the Great Labor Arts Exchange, it was like I had found my people,” said Alexandra Bradbury on Saturday night as she accepted LHF’s 2024 Joe Hill Award from Labor Heritage Foundation president Ashley See and LHF Executive Director Chris Garlock.
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Published On 4/18/2024
It’s finally here! LHF is at the Great Labor Arts Exchange at Labor Notes in Chicago.
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Published On 4/18/2024
Abolitionist John Brown is mistaken for a Black Lives Matter activist in Gene Bruskin’s latest labor musical, Matewan and Office Space return to the DC Labor FilmFest, and a tour guide keeps Black worker history alive.
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Published On 4/13/2024
Photo by Ryan Caulfield, Ventura, Calif., IBEW Local 952. One of the winning entries in the IBEW’s annual photo contest.
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Published On 4/13/2024
UFW co-founder Dolores Huerta celebrated her 94th birthday on April 10...
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Published On 4/13/2024
April 12: Birth of Florence Reece, active in Harlan County, Ky. coal strikes and author of famed labor song “Which Side Are You On?”
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Published On 4/12/2024
As the total solar eclipse captivated much of the nation on Monday, two local newspapers went dark.
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Published On 4/12/2024
Production workers from DreamWorks Animation have officially voted to form a union with The Animation Guild (TAG), also known as Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) Local 839, and the Motion Picture Editors Guild (IATSE Local 700).
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Published On 4/12/2024
@FordhamGSW’s practice picket line on April 11.
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Published On 4/12/2024
Previewing the 2024 DC Labor FilmFest, winners of the IBEW’s annual photo contest, Si Kahn on Coal Mining Woman. Plus: celebrating the UFW’s Dolores Huerta.
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Published On 4/5/2024
The American Federation of Musicians (AFM) announced Tuesday that members have voted to ratify the Basic Theatrical Motion Picture and Basic Television Motion Picture Agreements contract that was unanimously recommended by the bargaining committee in February.
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Published On 4/5/2024
John McCutcheon, who called Si Kahn “The best damn songwriter in the South…in his spare time!” back in 1975, is throwing an online birthday party for his longtime friend on April 14.
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Published On 4/2/2024
After more than two years of management slow-walking negotiations, The NewsGuild-CWA (TNG-CWA), which represents Oxford University Press (OUP) workers in the United States, is making plans for a potential strike.
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Published On 4/2/2024
The Minnesota-based Farmer-Labor Education Committee has issued a call for a community-engaged art commission. Deadline is Friday, April 12th; info session April 5 at 4p CST.
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Published On 4/1/2024
We can’t guarantee that your coffee or tea – or other beverage of choice – will taste better in your Labor Heritage Foundation mug, but why take a chance?
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Published On 3/31/2024
“Is the Folk Music and the New Deal program (streamed March 26) available in archive?” wonders Hazel Schlueter.
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Published On 3/31/2024
Rockin’ Your Rally and Picket Line, Creative Tactics and Strategic Mischief, and Songwriting for the Movement are just a few of the sessions available at this year’s Great Labor Arts Exchange, being held April 18-21 at the Labor Notes conference in Chicago.
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Published On 3/30/2024
Changing Lives, Changing L.A.: four members of UNITE HERE Local 11 share their stories.
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Published On 3/30/2024
Workers at a popular new and used bookstore in Richmond, Virginia, have officially joined UFCW Local 400.
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Published On 3/30/2024
SAG-AFTRA members have ratified new three-year television and basic cable animation contracts covering voice actors, with overwhelming support.
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Published On 3/29/2024
In honor of Women's History Month, the DC Labor FilmFest and Workers Unite! Film Festival are presenting two films On Demand this weekend: Storming Caesars Palace and The Exchange Girl.
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Published On 3/29/2024
Workers at the Universal Cinema AMC at CityWalk Hollywood in Universal City, California, have officially voted to unionize with the Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE).
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Published On 3/29/2024
After holding the picket line for nearly three weeks, unionized workers at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) have successfully ratified a new contract that delivers victories on core member issues.
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Published On 3/29/2024
March 29, 1948: “Battle of Wall Street,” police charge strikers lying down in front of stock exchange doors, 43 arrested
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Published On 3/29/2024
“The most important word in the language of the working class is ‘solidarity’”
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Published On 3/29/2024
This portrait of two young women who died in the Triangle Factory Fire on March 25, 1911 — sisters Lucia Maltese (age 20) and Rosarea Maltese (age 14)—is carried by family members at the 100th anniversary of the Triangle Factory Fire in 2011.
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Published On 3/29/2024
The Golden Butterfly Band
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Published On 3/25/2024
Leaders of the Coalition of Labor Union Women celebrated the organization’s 50th anniversary on Sunday at the “Transcending” Labor Legacy Landmark in Detroit, Michigan.
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Published On 3/25/2024
“I had the good fortune, in the mid-1970s, to be invited into a creative writing class as an audit student—my introduction to the craft of engaged poetry,” writes Susan Eisenberg in her March 21 Labor Notes post.
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Published On 3/24/2024
Graduate workers at Northwestern University, members of UE Local 1122, have ratified their first UE contract
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Published On 3/24/2024
Don't Play With My Money - Don't Play with My Family
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Published On 3/24/2024
“Gracias a Martín: Courtesy of the Custodian,” by Akilah Lisbon
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Published On 3/24/2024
"I thought it was going to be a light comedy about actors who get the same day job..."
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Published On 3/23/2024
The Oakland Museum of California voluntarily recognized OMCA Workers United, an affiliate of AFSCME Council 57 Cultural Workers United and the museum’s first union, last week.
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Published On 3/23/2024
Labor leaders share their favorite sheroes, an REI worker writes a play and the Coalition of Labor Union Women celebrates 50 years.
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Published On 3/23/2024
Storming Caesars Palace
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Published On 3/22/2024
A 32-day lockout of major league baseball players ends; B.C.’s Tough and Fearless Truck-Driving Woman
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Published On 3/22/2024
Boss made a $
I made a dime
That was a poem
From a simpler time...
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Published On 3/22/2024
This was a very big week for the Labor Heritage Foundation. After months of painstaking behind-the-scenes work, the new LHF website went live this week, LHF released merchandise featuring our brand-new new logo, and the 2024 DC Labor FilmFest schedule and merch shop was released.
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Published On 3/22/2024
Workers at Nitehawk Cinema’s Prospect Park location in Brooklyn voted in favor of the union last weekend.
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Published On 3/22/2024
Workers at the Denver Art Museum are celebrating their new union.
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Published On 3/22/2024
After just over a month since coming forward with their intent to organize, dancers at the Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) have won their election to form a union with the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA).
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Published On 2/24/2024
EDITOR’S NOTE: Tuesday night’s performance of “We Were There” with Bev Grant, CarolAnn Solebello and the DC Labor Chorus was absolutely transcendent; there wasn’t an empty seat in the house nor a dry eye as the performers brought women’s labor history brilliantly alive and Elise Bryant brought us all to our feet at the end, leading a foot-stomping communal performance of Solidarity Forever. Very special thanks and appreciation to the American Federation of Musicians’ Music Performance Trust Fund, which made it possible for LHF to present the evening free of charge. - Chris Garlock; photo by Hetty Scofield
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Published On 2/24/2024
Fri, February 23, 7pm – 9pm
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Published On 2/23/2024
Woody Guthrie wrote “This Land Is Your Land” following a frigid trip -- partially by hitchhiking, partially by rail -- from California to Manhattan.
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Published On 2/23/2024
“The #IGNCG has been granted voluntary recognition,” tweeted the IGN Creators Guild yesterday.
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Published On 2/18/2024
Art Shields: The People’s Scribe
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Published On 2/18/2024
Go Ask Angela- Colleen Kattau
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Published On 2/18/2024
Velma Hopkins
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Published On 2/18/2024
Black, Red, White and Blue: Union and civil rights organizer Si Kahn on “Black, Red, White and Blue,” his song about a Black World War II veteran...
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Published On 2/18/2024
Sen. Warren Backs MASS MoCA Strike as It Enters Second Week
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is throwing her support behind the MASS MoCA Union (UAW Local 2110), members at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) who have been on strike since March 6 amid stalled contract negotiations. In a post on X, Warren said she stands in solidarity with them and that “Museum management should negotiate with union workers in good faith for a fair deal.”
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Published On 2/18/2024
The 2024 Labor Notes Conference – which includes the Great Labor Arts Exchange -- is just two months away: April 19-21. Act fast and register today—the early-bird rate of $140 expires on March 1!
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Published On 2/18/2024
“I have bad news and good news about the effort to preserve the ‘Solidarity’ mural at the UE Hall in Chicago,” reports Kari Thompson, Director of UE’s Research and Education Fund.
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Published On 2/15/2024
The Inventory of American Labor Landmarks, directed by Saul Schniderman, is a catalog of sites in the United States commemorating the history and heritage of America’s workers.
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Published On 6/16/2024
For Pride Month this year, the AFL-CIO is spotlighting various LGBTQ+ workers...
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Published On 6/16/2024
“LGBTQ+ musicians often tell me that my simply existing in this role has helped them to see that their own aspirations are possible. If you don’t see yourself out there, you begin to doubt you can do it.”
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Published On 6/16/2024
I believe in the Union
I believe in the union…
Because...
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Published On 6/15/2024
une 15, 1990
Battle of Century City, as police in Los Angeles...
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Published On 6/15/2024
Workers at National Sawdust Successfully Vote to Join Union: Ushers at Brooklyn’s nonprofit music venue National Sawdust in New York voted overwhelmingly last week to join Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) Local 306.
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Published On 6/15/2024
When we launched the Labor Heritage Power Hour last year we knew we needed a theme song to open and close the show...
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Published On 6/15/2024
AFA United MEC: “The time is NOW!
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Published On 6/15/2024
Rockin’ Solidarity
Reed Fromer on piano and Redd Welsh on lead vocal; an entry in our just-launched Labor Heritage Power Hour Theme Song Contest.
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Published On 6/15/2024
Brief History of Juneteenth
From the Union of Southern Service Workers: ” On this day in Southern labor history:
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