U.P. 200 Sled Dog Watch
Building Trades Hall, 119 S. Front St.
(Right above The Vierling)
February 12, 2016
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm EST
Bring a guest!
Join your Brothers & Sisters in the labor movement for some social time! This is a prime place to watch the teams of the UP200 as they leave Marquette. You can watch the teams go by on Front Street from the 2nd story window or outside on the street. Come in, get warm, socialize and enjoy some chili, crackers, cookies, pop or coffee. (BYOB) Candidates for various offices have been invited and will be stopping by.
Food Sponsored by:
U.P. Regional Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
It’s been “Doom and Gloom” many times before these older headlines too. Most of the links don’t work any longer but some do.
(December 19) – Our bargaining committee reached a tentative agreement on Saturday, December 19, on a new contract covering 18,000 of our brothers and sisters in more than two dozen local unions at U.S. Steel facilities across the United States…
Full article HERE.
See article and video HERE
Middle America is smoldering. For too long, average citizens worked harder and produced more, yet corporations cut pay and benefits, off-shored community-sustaining factories, killed family-supporting jobs and crushed opportunity…
Read the full article HERE.
After more than four decades of serving as the nation’s economic majority, the American middle class is now matched in number by those in the economic tiers above and below it. In early 2015, 120.8 million adults were in middle-income households, compared with 121.3 million in lower- and upper-income households combined, a demographic shift that could signal a tipping point, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of government data…
Read the rest of the article from Pew Research HERE