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October 04, 2022

On This Day in 1932
State troopers march into Kincaid, Illinois, to guard against a sympathy strike by more than 160 of the town’s 180 high school students, protesting the use by their school of scab-produced coal from the Peabody Coal Company while their fathers are on strike over wages.  
~ Today in Labor History

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Week Ending 09/23/2022
Posted On: Sep 23, 2022

  The hidden costs of being an American worker
  • NLRB revises $13M calculations in Warrior Met strike
  • 1,200 at Teamsters Women’s Conference in Seattle
  • Workers plan to renovate Home Depot with a union
  • Yes, you can wear union gear to work. The NLRB says so
  • Rail workers have yet to vote; many remain skeptical
  • Deal averting railroad strike has potential to fall apart
  • After 64-day strike, Boston Starbucks workers declare victory
  • While fighting workers, railroads made $10B+ in stock buybacks
  • ‘No regard for the law’: Starbucks to deny union workers new paid leave benefits

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