"Unions generally advocate for policies that benefit all working people—such as minimum wage increases and increased expenditures on schools and public services—that may especially benefit low-income parents and their children."
—Center for American Progress
Organized labor remains one of the largest institutions in America.
A key avenue for working people to come together in support of their rights and freedoms, there’s no denying that organized labor plays a critically important role in our society. Today, one in nine U.S. workers is represented by a union. When working people join forces to negotiate, they are more likely ...read more