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Muncie :: IN :: USA | 8 months ago

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Mayor Dennis Tyler recognized working men and women and their families Monday as eastern Indiana labor organizations celebrated Labor Day with a picnic at Mansfield Park. Tyler is doing his part to bring good paying construction jobs to Muncie, as

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 8 months ago

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For most Americans the first Monday in September marks the end of summer (as the 4th Monday in May [Memorial Day] marks summer's start). It is a convenient way to designate the three summer months: June, July, and August. With the arrival of Labor

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 8 months ago

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The annual Loaves & Fishes barbecue has been a tradition for more than 25 years, said Greg Larson, community services labor liaison for the AFL-CIO/United Way California Capital Region. Donated by the United Food and Commercial Workers' Local 8, some

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Long Beach :: CA :: USA | 8 months ago

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Sep 2, 2013 Blood was shed to make this holiday, Labor Day, happen, a crucial detail that most tend to ignore amid the barbecues, lamentations over the end of summer, and sales (and there's a rich irony in American shoppers flocking to malls today

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Cape Town :: South Africa | 8 months ago

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The National Union of Mineworkers in the gold mining industry will embark on a strike on Tuesday. "We are beginning tomorrow," NUM spokesperson Lesiba Seshoka said on Monday. "We will strike until they [employers] revise their offer." Employers in

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 8 months ago

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Local In the 1940s, Oklahoman Ed Livermore spent years training on the latest military artillery as World War II ground on, but he never saw battle...Whether all the provisions of a nullified lawsuit reform law will be re- created during an upcoming

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 8 months ago

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Local In the 1940s, Oklahoman Ed Livermore spent years training on the latest military artillery as World War II ground on, but he never saw battle...Whether all the provisions of a nullified lawsuit reform law will be re- created during an upcoming

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Denver :: CO :: USA | 8 months ago

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Penn State University. "Finally, they've recognized the need to make significant changes." The movement's colorful past is full of various forms of strife and success but for decades has been defined by workplace organization and collective

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Shanghai :: China | 8 months ago

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MY DAD was a union man, Local 6 of the International Typographical Union, otherwise known as the Big Six. He was a typographer at the Daily News and he was proud of the News and proud of his union. His greatest claim to fame was once being easily

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Paterson :: NJ :: USA | 8 months ago

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Brian Lopinto of Clifton, a member of the Friends of Hinchcliffe Stadium, looks at a 1913 Buick. Claudia Montoya of Passaic pours water over her head on Totowa Avenue in Paterson as she nears the last leg of the race while East Side cheerleaders

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