Aki­to Yoshikane is a free­lance writer based in Chicago.
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Without More Jobs, Further Global Unrest Looms: ILO
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LA Car Wash Workers Sign Industry’s First Union Contract
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Locked-Out American Crystal Workers to Meet With Co.—This Time With Federal Help
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Two-Tier System Remains in UAW Deal with Ford
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Occupy Wall Street Spotlights Precarious State of Youth
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Postal Unions Mobilize to Save Jobs, Prevent Closings
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Obama’s Jobs Plan Leaves Out Manufacturing
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Will the AT&T and T-Mobile Merger Really Create Jobs?
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Frustrated Chicago Teachers Union Grapples With Restrictive Strike Rights
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Postal Workers to USPS: Don’t Shred Our Contract
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Will Japan’s Largest Union Support Renewable Energy?
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10-Month Iowa Lockout Ends With New Contract, and Disappointment
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Chilean Starbucks Workers on Strike—and U.S. Baristas Show Solidarity
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Unions Continue Pushback Against Split Telecom Workforce
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African Americans Disproportionately Hurt by Public-Sector Crisis
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Largest Teachers Union Endorses Obama (With Some Grumbling By Rank and File)
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Has Rahm Emanuel Declared War on Chicago Unions?
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New ILO Convention Gives Domestic Workers Historic Labor Rights
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Deadline Approaching for Macy’s Strike
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House Cuts TSA Funding, Eliminates Collective Bargaining Amid Union Election
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Good News for Street Protesters: Inflatable Rats Are OK!
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Did Housekeeper’s Union Membership Allow Her to Speak Out Against Strauss-Kahn?
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Immigrant Workers’ Exploitation Highlights Perils of Job Placement Agencies
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New York City Teachers Union Protests Education Cutbacks, Joins May 12 ‘Mobilization’
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Gap Between Rich and Poor Continues to Grow Across Industrialized World
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With Activists’ Focus On Wal-Mart, Similar Chains Quietly Enter Cities
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Student Debt Keeps Rising. Is There an ‘Education Bubble’?
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Are Union Workers Less Satisfied Than Non-Union Members?
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New Yorkers Launch ‘Sweatshop Free Campaign’ Amid Labor Strife at Local Eatery
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After the Rescue: Unions Push Chile to Adopt International Mining Standards
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After Decertifying, Locked-Out NFL Players Union Appeals to Fans for Support
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The Folly Of ‘Right to Work’ Legislation
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As Friday Deadline Nears, NFL Players’ Union Plans Unusual Tactic: Decertification
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Polls: Union Popularity Still Low, But Public (Mostly) Supports Bargaining Rights
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UAW Workers Receive Bonuses From Big Three Automakers
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Quiet on the Labor Front: 2010 Strikes and Lockouts Were Second Lowest on Record
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After Rise in Fatalities, U.S. Mining Agency Proposes New Regulation Rule
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Airport Security Workers Prepare for Largest Federal Election in U.S. History
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GOP Austerity Plans Will Widen Racial Economic Divide, Report Says
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In Iowa, Locked-Out Roquette Workers File International Complaint
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Baby Boomers Struggle As They Near Retirement
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Since Great Recession, More Working Families in Poverty
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NFL Lockout Would Cause 115,000 Job Losses, Union Study Says
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In Iowa, Lockout Continues for Roquette America Workers
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Domestic Workers in Saudi Arabia Highlight Migrant Work Abuse
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Time For an Upgrade? Labor Rights Fall Short In Facebook Firing
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Wal-Mart Eyes New York Again After Chicago Victory
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U.S. Labor Law an Irrelevant ‘Anachronism,’ Says Prominent Harvard Economist
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