Today in 1937
A general strike by some 12,000 autoworkers and others in Lansing, Mich., shuts down the city for a month in what was to become known as the city’s “Labor Holiday.” ~ Labor Tribune
• Democracy is in the streets
• Teamsters to VA governor: Hands off history
• Michigan opens door to restoring union power
• Podcast: Labor History can help us learn to fight like hell
• Amazon faces NLRB charges of illegal union busting
• Teamster efforts protect jobs, passenger safety in Kentucky
• VA claims progress in union talks. The union begs to differ.
• Starbucks has seriously crossed the line with its union-busting
• Bone tired. Underpaid. Performing surgery. What could go wrong?
• Hollywood braces for strike as writers demand more from streamers