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Summer’s about gone, and kids and teachers are getting ready to head back to school.
Back-to-school isn’t the most fun time of year, but it is especially hard for teachers and students when there are billionaire families, like the Walmart-owning Waltons, gearing up to use their riches to attack public education and shift much-needed resources to for-profit corporate schools.
The Waltons have spent more than $1 billion on their corporate-style education scheme, which has opposed commonsense proposals like giving all kids access to free public pre-K education.
And that probably makes students, parents and teachers in the cities the Waltons are targeting with their big checks feel like this:
But it doesn’t have to be that way, because teachers and parents are fighting back against Walmart-style classrooms—and you can join them.
Getting ready for that Labor Day BBQ? Here’s Your Union-Made Labor Day Shopping List.
Robin Williams was a union man. During the 2007-2008 Writers Guild strike, he walked the picket line.
Yesterday, we asked our community to finish the phrase, “Without Social Security…” and we took some of the responses and put them on a graphic.
Thank you to everyone who participated!
Our union summer interns have done some amazing things this summer. They were involved in a variety of organizing campaigns. Learn more at http://www.aflcio.org/Unionsummer #1usummer
Shipping American union jobs overseas? That’s a bad move, Lionsgate.
Sign the petition to tell Lionsgate Films to keep musicians jobs in the U.S. and stop the offshoring:
49 years ago, #VRA was signed to enforce #VotingRights of all Americans. Urge Congress to do the same! http://bit.ly/VRpetition #VRA4Today