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Congress could help nearly 8 million working moms by raising the...

One of the simplest, most effective actions that Congress could take to help moms across the country would be to raise the federal minimum...

BUD graduates its 15th class of pre-apprentices ready to start...

CONGRATULATIONS ARE IN ORDER for the 15th graduating class of the Building Union Diversity (BUD) program. Sixteen started the pre-apprenticeship program and 16 finished...

Building Union Diversity (BUD) program celebrates four years of success, providing...

By TIM ROWDEN Editor More than 30 graduates of the Building Union Diversity (BUD) program, along with their friends, family, union officials, program organizers and supporters...

Opinion: Unions have advanced policies important to women

By LISA PICKER Unions play an important role in helping to provide access to fair wages and good jobs for working women and their families. On...

October 2016: Superstars in the Sisterhood

Here is our October edition of “Superstars in the Sisterhood,” a monthly tribute to the outstanding, hard-working group of ladies who are finding success...

Missouri AFL-CIO hosts first Women in the Breakroom roundtable discussion

By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent Challenges working women face, potential solutions and the importance being engaged in the Labor Movement and the 2016 election. Those were some...

September 2016: Superstars in the Sisterhood

Welcome to the launch of our new monthly feature "Superstars in the Sisterhood," a tribute to the outstanding, hard-working group of ladies who are...

Edna and Kate Awards to honor women for leadership in social...

Nominations being accepted through Sept. 16 The Berger-Marks Foundation is accepting nominations for its annual Edna and Kate Awards, which recognize outstanding young women for...

U.S. working women have less than 40 minutes of personal time...

New AFL-CIO report reveals working women are overstretched at home and on the job A new report released by the AFL-CIO reveals that more than...

BUD program graduates fourth class to encourage construction careers for minorities,...

“I’m looking for a career, not just a job.” “This is the way to build my future, it’s a turning point for me and my...
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