Working People Are Organizing in Unions

While this corporate-backed case was decided against working people, unions remain the best way for working people to advocate for workplace rights and counter the influence big money corporate interests have on our democracy. In fact, we’re witnessing a wave of working people joining together to make a difference in our workplaces and communities.

Among the many successes of 2018 include:

  • Nearly 1,100 postdoctoral researchers at the University of Washington;
  • Teachers and staff at City on a Hill school in New Bedford, Massachusetts;
  • Burgerville restaurant workers in Portland, Oregon;
  • The 235 employees at Nestle Purina in Edmond, Oklahoma;
  • Nearly 5,000 JetBlue in-flight crew members;
  • More than 5,000 Harvard University teaching and research assistants in Cambridge, Massachusetts;
  • Some 700 employees at Atlanta Gas Light;
  • Registered nurses and personal support workers at Spectrum Health Care in Toronto;
  • Registered nurses at Stanford Health Care’s ValleyCare Medical Center in Pleasanton, California;
  • Nurses and staff at UMass Memorial Hospital in Marlborough, Massachusetts;
  • Hundreds of employees at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut;
  • Staff from nine Democratic election campaigns;
  • The editorial staff at The Onion, Jacobin and Mic;
  • Aviation workers at the Federal Aviation Administration’s Eastern, Central and Western service centers;
  • Teachers at California Virtual Academies;
  • Parking production assistants in New York City;
  • Food service workers at Airbnb in San Francisco;
  • Staff at KUOW-FM 94.9 in Seattle;
  • Employees at Micro-Clean;
  • Emissions workers in Michigan.