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Just how to Write a Explaining Composition

Conclusion is the last area of the essay your readers may experience. In this procedure, additionally you will desire to produce a complete theme on your own composition that links one to the issue you’re writing about, regardless of what the topic may be. When you have narrowed your Issue, you are going to want…

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By the People for the People

July 4, 2017  Bill Hohlfeld Last night on “Blue Collar Buzz,” we spotlighted the Homestead Lockout. Henry Clay Frick refused his workers the right to come to work and make a living. He forced them to choose between having a job and having a union. The men chose their union and paid as heavy a…

LaborPress Leadership Winners: Fight Trumpism With Solidarity
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LaborPress Leadership Winners: Fight Trumpism With Solidarity

June 5, 2017  By Steven Wishnia New York, NY – Preparing his speech for LaborPress’s Leadership Awards June 1, New York State Ironworkers President James Mahoney found a 113-year-old quote he liked by Eugene V. Debs on the Internet. “Ten thousand times has the labor movement stumbled and fallen and bruised itself, and risen again;…

Erie County Local 815 President Denise Szymura Is The 2017 Recipient…
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Erie County Local 815 President Denise Szymura Is The 2017 Recipient…

May 5, 2017  By WNYLaborToday.com Editor-Publisher Tom Campbell To read more click on the following link Cheektowaga, NY – Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) Local 815 President Denise Szymura, who oversees Erie County’s Union of 5,000 Public Employees, is the 2017 recipient of the Statewide Union’s prestigious Irene Carr Leadership Award. “Irene Carr was the…

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NYC Mayor Welcomes NYC Ferry Boats

April 23, 2017  By Neal Tepel New York, NY –  Mayor Bill de Blasio on April 17th, welcomed the first three of 20 total NYC Ferry vessels into New York Harbor. The boats departed from Liberty Landing in New Jersey before docking at Pier 1 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. In keeping with maritime tradition, the…

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Eric Landau To Lead Brooklyn Bridge Park

April 8, 2017 By Neal Tepel New York, NY – Mayor Bill de Blasio has  nominated Eric Landau to serve as President of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation. Landau will lead the 85-acre park’s continued expansion, oversee its daily operations and foster its long-term stability. Landau brings a wealth of experience supporting the City’s parks,…

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Affordable Housing in the Bronx

January 16, 2017  By Dr. Leonard H. Golubchick LaborPress Entertainment Editor Bronx, NY – The start of construction on Bronx Commons – a 426,000 square foot, mixed-used development in the Melrose section of the Bronx has been announced by New York City. The project will include 305 affordable apartments, retail space, and a large Bronx…

SEIU Gains Contract for Airport Workers
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SEIU Gains Contract for Airport Workers

January 7, 2017  By Stephanie West New York, NY -BuzzFeed reports that airport workers in  New York and New Jersey gained a significant win and union recognition. The Service Employees International Union (SEIU),  now represents airport skycaps, baggage handlers and other airport workers. In addition, the union has successfully negotiated a $15 an hour wage…

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CWA: A Leader with a Winning Strategy in 2016

January 2, 2016 By Neal Tepel, LaborPress Publisher Washington, DC – On April 13, 2016, nearly 40,000 Verizon workers, members of the Communications Workers of America began striking for 45 days. While this was one of the largest strikes in recent history it was also considered very successful for a labor organization and its members….

Columbia Graduate Assistants Vote to Join UAW
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Columbia Graduate Assistants Vote to Join UAW

December 19, 2016   By Steven Wishnia and Neal Tepel New York, NY – Graduate teaching and research assistants at Columbia University in New York have voted to be represented by the United Auto Workers, the union announced Dec. 9, with more than 70% voting yes. The National Labor Relations Board paved the way for the…

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