In 1955, the city bus became a symbol of segregation and defiance when civil rights activist Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat in the “colored” section of a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white passenger. We know the story well: She was arrested, her actions led to what is historically regarded as […]
Since the beginning of the pandemic, TTD and our unions have been calling for straightforward policies that will keep workers physically safe, financially secure, and able to restart our economy once this crisis is behind us. For months, many of these calls have been outright ignored. Until now.
Tuesday, November 3, working people in California will be voting for more than just the next president of the United States. They will also have a say in the future of work for hundreds of thousands of Californians working in the gig economy, and an opportunity to place a check on corporate power. On the […]
Frontline workers need a leader in the White House who will stand up for them and put their interests first. Joe Biden is that leader. He understands that workers deserve to be safe on the job. He has been an outspoken proponent of federal workplace safety standards. And he supports a national mask mandate […]
Joe Biden’s 36-year career in public service to our nation has made one thing perfectly clear: he will fight for us. Not just for his friends and donors, not just for the wealthy, and not just for his base. We know Joe Biden, and we know that quality about him is exactly what working […]
By Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Rep. Jesus ‘Chuy’ Garcia, and Larry Willis. Published in The Hill. The same day that President Trump revealed that he and the First Lady tested positive for COVID-19 — the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) rejected a petition by 33 unions representing frontline transportation workers for an emergency order to require […]
Results from the nationwide survey, conducted by two leading Republican and Democratic public opinion firms, show that regardless of political affiliation or geographic location, an overwhelming majority of voters favor appropriating funds in the next coronavirus relief legislation to ensure the postal service can maintain operations.
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