On This Day in 1915
The Supreme Court upholds “Yellow Dog” employment contracts, which forbid membership in labor unions. Yellow Dog contracts remained legal until 1932.
• COVID-19 updates for Dec. 2, 2020
• General Motors commits to all-electric car future
• Congress now has a Labor Caucus
• The public thanks postal workers
• XPO Logistics to split company in two
• Check out the 2021 UAW union-built vehicle guide
• Biden spin on ‘America First’: It’s all about workers
• We need an Essential Workers' Bill of Rights
• Biden promises to be “the most pro-union president”
• Building the future of work, right now
• Labor unions work to find ways to bargain with A1’s black box
• Georgia Senate runoffs are key to pension relief
• The Battle of Blair Mountain: The largest labor uprising in US history
Our General Membership Meetings in Baltimore and Salisbury for January 2021 are canceled.