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WORKING PEOPLE, WOMEN'S AND CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS, RELIGIOUS LEADERS, ENVIRONMENTALISTS AND LABOR UNIONS ANNOUNCE NATIONWIDE WORKING PEOPLE'S DAY OF ACTION

Tens of thousands of people plan actions to honor Dr. King’s fight for basic freedom for sanitation workers and protest the rigged economy, just days before Supreme Court will hear case meant to attack working people

South Dakota Workers come together to Condemn the South Dakota Legislature over the So-Called "Right to Work" resolution aimed at disrespecting the working families of South Dakota,

Stuart Appelbaum, president of the RWDSU, thanked Biden for his support of the organizing drive. He said in statement, "As President Biden points out, the best way for working people to protect themselves and their families is by organizing into unions. And that is why so many working women and men are fighting for a union at the Amazon facility in Bessemer, Alabama." Appelbaum told NPR in January that the Bessemer warehouse workers wanted to join a union over concerns with grueling productivity quotas and wanted more input on workplace policies.

This afternoon, leaders of the labor movement gathered at the White House to meet with President Biden and Vice President Harris about our shared goal of revitalizing America’s infrastructure.