New York, NY – This weekend, large groups of protestors showed up in suddenly cold temperatures on the steps of City Hall for a “Rally for our Neighborhoods.”
New York, NY – “Shame on you for killing the American Dream.” Trade unionists fighting the spread of so-called “open shop” development throughout New York City brought the #CountMeIn campaign to the doorstep of some of the most influential powerbrokers in town on Thursday night.
New York, NY – Passersby in front of Related Cos. CEO Stephen Ross’ Columbus Circle offices, on Tuesday, gobbled up flyers calling for the giant real estate outfit to be reformed.
New York, NY – Trade unionists bringing the fight against so-called “open shop” development back to billionaire Stephen Ross’ doorstep this weekend, called “bullshit” on Hudson Yards developers crowing about how they — and not working men & women — create jobs.
New York, NY – On Tuesday, dozens of #CountMeIn demonstrators, along with supporters, stood their ground outside the Time Warner building and mall at 10 Columbus Circle —headquarters of billionaire Hudson Yards developer Stephen Ross.
New York, NY – In the ongoing battle against so-called “open shop development” at Hudson Yards and the assault on good middle class jobs — wages and benefits figure greatly. But so, too, do things like dignity, safety and respect.
New York, NY – In the ongoing struggle to rein in the construction industry’s race to the bottom and preserve good middle class jobs, New York City’s Building Trades have rallied against exploitive contractors and builders, while also reaching out to the nonunion workers being exploited.
New York, NY – After a hot summer demonstrating against billionaire developer Stephen Ross and so-called “open-shop” development at Hudson Yards, members of the #CountMeIn campaign are vowing to turn up the heat heading into this year’s Labor Day Parade on September 8.
New York, NY – Construction workers fighting the assault on good middle-class jobs at Hudson Yards and across the city, returned to the offices of Related Companies at Columbus Circle on Tuesday to donate more food for the homeless and to challenge corporate media portrayals of trade unionists as “thugs” and “criminals.”