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LOW WAGES. UNFAIR WORKPLACES. THIS ISN’T WORKING.

Corporations and politicians are rigging the system against working people. To fight back and win, we need #UnionsForAll.

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6 out of 10

Americans approve of unions.

$15/
hr

That’s the fair paycheck we’re fighting for.

15-20%

That's how much more union workers have consistently earned since 1936 than non-union workers.

$68 BILLION

That’s the amount of wages per year we’ve won for workers since 2012.

30%

That’s how much more full-time women workers in unions earn than non-union peers.

13.1%

That’s how much more likely Black union workers are to have health insurance than non-union peers.

$15 Minimum Wage Passes in Maryland!

Maryland is now officially the 6th state to pass the $15 minimum wage! This bill will affect more than half a million Marylanders, and is a major step towards breaking generational poverty and creating a brighter future for the next generation of Marylanders. More »

German Fast-Food Workers Fight for $15!

Our movement is truly global! German fast-food workers held an inspiring meeting in Ulm recently to fight for fair wages and union rights. Check it out: German fast-food workers met in Ulm last week. The fight for fair wages and union rights is GLOBAL. #FightFor15 #FastFoodWorkers via @gewerkschaftngg pic.twitter.com/GpX5UWRKDI — Fight For 15 (@fightfor15) February […] More »

Even MORE Evidence Unions Improve & Save Lives

For years, corporate-backed politicians and economists have used scare tactics and misinformation to argue against union rights and a $15 minimum wage. We know this is a lie, and the research shows we're right. A new story published this weekend by the New York Times shows just how big of an impact union rights and a living wage have. More »

Why We Need #UnionsForAll

America's economy and democracy are out of balance. Too much power is in the hands of corporations, billionaires, and self-serving politicians who rig the system against working people. More »

U.S. “Anti-Labor” Secretary Alex Acosta’s Lies

How’s this for a whopper? Last week, U.S. Labor Secretary Alex Acosta had this to say about our $15/hr nationwide minimum wage bill: “To those that are looking for the $15-an-hour minimum wage, the question is: How many jobs are you willing to give up?” More »