"He's Opposed Every Increase in the Minimum Wage." And that's just the start of Trump's failure towards American workers.
Last Friday, American Family Voices, hosted a summit in DC between forward-thinking business leaders and top leaders of the progressive movement in America.
Richard Trumka weighs in on the ugly and dangerous rhetoric we've been hearing from Republicans on the campaign trail these days.
Richard Trumka and Twitter react to Scott Walker running for President.
A note to President Obama: Mr. President, you are badly hurting yourself by escalating this fight with the progressive community over trade. Short term on this issue, and for the long term as well, because after this fight is over you will need your base back on board.
Check out this new video from The Undercurrent, where AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka talks about the White House trying to undermine labor solidarity by going behind his back to local labor folks about how great the TPP deal would be for them
If we're ever going to un-rig the system, then we need to make some important political changes. And here's where we start.
Corporate profits have risen, but that hardly matters to people who work at Walmart and are paid so little that they still need food stamps, Warren said.
The AFL-CIO has released this year’s 2014 Executive PayWatch at www.PayWatch.org, a “comprehensive searchable online database tracking the excessive pay of CEOs of the nation’s largest companies.”
From this Tuesday's The Economy Summit hosted by The Atlantic, AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka explains to Margaret Carlson how just belonging to a union closes the wage gap for women.
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