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Unemployment Data on Native Americans Shows a Stark Picture

Robert Maxim, Randall Akee, and Gabriel R. Sanchez Brookings
Drawing of a sign saying Native American Heritage month
Nearly two years into the recovery, Native American workers are contending with a labor market that would be considered catastrophic if it was reflective of the full economy.

Southern Service Workers Launch a New Union

Stephanie Luce Labor Notes
Hundreds of service workers from across the South gathered in Columbia, South Carolina, November 17-19 to launch the Union of Southern Service Workers (USSW).

114 Starbucks Stores Saw Workers Go on Strike Yesterday

Saurav Sarkar Jacobin
Starbucks has undertaken an unceasing union-busting campaign since the first cafe unionized a year ago. But if the 114 cafes that saw baristas go on strike yesterday for its annual Red Cup Day are any indication, the company won’t be victorious any time soon.

Rail Workers Want Tracks Publicly Owned.

Jared Brey Governing
A coalition of railroad workers unions says the biggest rail companies in the U.S. have become far too focused on profits, and is calling for public ownership of rail infrastructure across North America.