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Workers’ Education Society, physicians, healthcare providers stage die-in to draw attention to failure of for-profit healthcare, call for single-payer

Workers’ Education Society, physicians, healthcare providers stage die-in to draw attention to failure of for-profit healthcare, call for single-payer

Protest part of national day of action in over 30 cities St. Louis – “Our healthcare system is broken,“ Dr. Pam Gronemeyer told..

April 17, 2017 with 0 Comments
St. Louis low-wage workers call for raise, while Legislature tries to block it

St. Louis low-wage workers call for raise, while Legislature tries to block it

As low-wage workers in St. Louis, organized by Show Me $15, protested outside a McDonalds on Natural Bridge Road for the city’s $10..

March 27, 2017 with 0 Comments
St. Louis celebrates Puzder’s defeat; new nominee to receive same scrutiny

St. Louis celebrates Puzder’s defeat; new nominee to receive same scrutiny

In citing “an historic victory for workers” and the national resistance campaign, the withdrawal of Hardee’s CEO and St. Louis..

February 27, 2017 with 0 Comments
Labor out-shouts Rauner’s rally on opening day

Labor out-shouts Rauner’s rally on opening day

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Springfield, IL – Opening day of the Illinois Legislature is sometimes a day of high hopes and..

January 23, 2017 with 0 Comments
St. Louis Show Me 15 workers join coast-to-coast protests denouncing Trump’s pick for Labor secretary

St. Louis Show Me 15 workers join coast-to-coast protests denouncing Trump’s pick for Labor secretary

Fast-food mogul Andy Puzder opposes minimum wage hikes, steals workers’ pay, violates overtime laws and forces employees onto public..

January 23, 2017 with 0 Comments
Women’s March on St. Louis set for Jan. 21

Women’s March on St. Louis set for Jan. 21

Local action coincides with national women’s march in Washington D.C. By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent Hundreds of St. Louisans will take..

December 19, 2016 with 1 Comment
Hundreds protest in St. Louis for $15 minimum wage and union rights

Hundreds protest in St. Louis for $15 minimum wage and union rights

  By TIM ROWDEN Editor Low Wage workers in St. Louis joined with thousands of workers in 340 cities across the country Nov. 29 on..

December 11, 2016 with 0 Comments
Peabody protesters target lawyers’ offices

Peabody protesters target lawyers’ offices

By CARL GREEN Correspondent  Clayton, MO – The sight of people protesting in front of the Peabody headquarters in downtown St. Louis has..

July 18, 2016 with 0 Comments
St. Louis fast food, other low-wage workers strike, rally for $15 an hour, union

St. Louis fast food, other low-wage workers strike, rally for $15 an hour, union

By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent Hundreds of St. Louis fast food workers walked off the job April 14 to take part in protests across the..

April 25, 2016 with 0 Comments
Retired union members protest TPP 

Retired union members protest TPP 

St. Louis — The Missouri Alliance for Retired Americans held a rally recently at the Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse to protest the..

February 8, 2016 with 0 Comments
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