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If Your Packages Get Delayed, Don't Blame Exploited Workers
Hollywood Is on Strike Against High-Tech Exploitation
U.S. Approval of Labor Unions at Highest Point Since 1965
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The Writer's Guild of America
History of the National Education Association and the U.S. Labor Movement
This history of America is the story of the workers who built it. The labor movement has inspired more than the immediate interests surrounding someone’s job—it recognizes that no matter where we’re from or what we look like our society is more just and fair when workers have a voice in the decisions that impact them, their families, and their communities.
"Our unions give us the collective voice we need to speak truth to power, to demand justice, to fight inequity, and to defend our democracy."