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Female volunteers, apprentices gain valuable experience at MoWIT workdays at WES

By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent For women considering a career in the trades and apprentices interested in learning new skills, volunteering at one of the Missouri Women...

Hershel Walker Peace & Justice Awards Breakfast set for May 12

By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent The 26th Annual Hershel Walker Peace & Justice Awards Breakfast will be held Saturday, May 12. The event, sponsored by the St. Louis...

Christian Care strikers hip-hop benefit Feb. 24

Strikers at Christian Care Home will get a morale boost Feb. 24 from a Hip-Hop Benefit Show designed to serve both as a morale...

Workers Education Society celebrates three years of service

By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher Now entering its fourth year, the St. Louis Workers’ Education Society (WES), a non-profit, grassroots community-labor worker-education organization, is racking up a...

Labor Tribune, Finkelstein among honorees at this year’s Hershel Walker ‘Peace...

The St. Louis Workers’ Education Society and the Missouri People’s World will host the 25th Annual Hershel Walker ‘Peace & Justice’ Awards Breakfast at...

Greater St. Louis Labor Council charters new affiliate organization, the St....

By TONY PECINOVSKY Correspondent Since its 2013 National Convention, the AFL-CIO has been proactively reaching out to and engaging constituency groups, like the Coalition of Labor...

Political ‘Too Punk to Trump’ concert Dec. 22 open to all

  By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher To further its goal of building bridges between unions and community activists, you are invited to a unique “Too Punk to Trump”...

Workers Education Society expands it class offerings with new staffer

  By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher The St. Louis Workers' Education Society (WES) has expanded its staff with the hiring of Al Neal to help explain labor issues...

Local ‘Worker-Education’ non-profit embarks on voter registration, engagement campaign

By TONY PECINOVSKY Special Correspondent African American community leaders Shuron Jones and Akeem Shannon have been knocking on doors day-in and day-out for months now. Jones is...

Volunteers needed for labor/community education center’s ongoing rehab

No matter what your skill, there’s a task for you By TONY PECINOVSKY Special Correspondent Looking to do a little volunteer labor for a good labor cause?...