Texas Labor Scores Big With World Cup Selection

Texas Labor Scores Big With World Cup Selection

On June 16, leaders in the Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth areas jumped for joy when they heard the news they had long anticipated: the World Cup was coming to Texas. Texas politicians and interest groups had been working to bring the world’s most widely viewed sporting...

How the Starbucks Union Movement Kicked Off in Texas

How the Starbucks Union Movement Kicked Off in Texas

More and more Starbucks stores in Texas are beginning to unionize, part of a nationwide trend that has seen dozens of locations in the country organize and win union representation.  In Texas, several have already filed petitions and are awaiting an election to...

San Antonio and Austin labor unions back Casar in TX-35

San Antonio and Austin labor unions back Casar in TX-35

On Wednesday, several San Antonio and Austin Labor Unions announced their endorsement of Greg Casar for Congress. Casar, an Austin City Council member, is running to represent TX-35 in the U.S. House of Representatives. The Communications Workers of America District...

The most famous strikes in Texas history

The most famous strikes in Texas history

There’s nothing like a good work stoppage. Whether that’s taking a sick day and going to a ballgame to stick it to your boss, or organizing with tens of thousands of others to exact demands from the government. That’s why to celebrate this Labor Day, we’ve gathered...