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Mar. 16, 1960
The United Federation of Teachers (UFT) is formed in New York to represent New York City public school teachers and, later, other education workers in the city.

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What is a labor union? (from Teen Vogue)
Great Plains Laborers' District Council
Meeting Notice
AMFA Local 32
PRESS RELEASE - BRS Reaches Tenative Agreement With Amtrak
Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen
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UFCW Minority Coalition
UFCW Black History Program
UFCW Minority Coalition
A political history of economic inequality
Great Plains Laborers' District Council
Why Don’t All Jobs Matter?
Posted On: Apr 19, 2017
Apr. 19, 2017  | OPINION | President Trump is still promising to bring back coal jobs. But the underlying reasons for coal employment’s decline – automation, falling electricity demand, cheap natural gas, technological progress in wind and solar – won’t go away…So will the Trump administration ever do anything substantive to bring back mining and manufacturing jobs? Probably not. But let me ask a different question: Why does public discussion of job loss focus so intensely on mining and manufacturing, while virtually ignoring the big declines in some service sectors?
Teamsters local 570
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