A Tale of Two May Days – Joining in Solidarity

Orignal source: The Cultural Worker

Stand Up For Workers' Rights, Jobs and Peace

Stand Up For Workers' Rights, Jobs and PeaceThe following is an excerpted version of the keynote address to the first annual conference of the Communist Party USA in New York City, April 16-17.

Emory Students Occupy Building over Cafeteria Workers' Rights

Original source: The Atlanta Progressive News

Bay Area Workers March to Support Wisconsin Labor

CROCKETT and SAN FRANCISCO, CA 4/4/11 --  Over a thousand events took place across the U.S. on April 4 to support the workers and unions in Wisconsin and the Midwest, where Republican-dominated state governments are trying to eliminate collective bargaining for public workers, and cut their healthcare and pensions. 

Martin Luther King and the Struggle for Workers' Rights

“Work That Serves Humanity…It Has Dignity And It Has Worth.”Washington, D.C. ─ At the time of his death on April 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was marching in solidarity with 1,300 AFSCME sanitation workers in Memphis; the public employees were defending their right to collective bargaining for better wages, working conditions, respect and dignity.

March to Stop the Freeloaders

Original source: OurFuture.org