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Made in America: Union-Made Easter and Passover

Made in America: Union-Made Easter and Passover

Easter’s still a ways off, but if you want to get a head start on a union-made-in-America treat-filled Easter basket and other accoutrements, here’s a good place to start from the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor's resource site, Labor 411. Passover begins this year at sundown April 14 and runs through April 22. As you plan your holiday observances, here are some union-made-in-America recipe ingredients and drinks you may want to include in your seder and throughout Passover. 

Want more union-made-in-America shopping lists? Text MADE to 235246. 

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NLRB Charges Kellogg with Unlawful Conduct in Memphis Lockout

The National Labor Relations Board issued a complaint Thursday against the Kellogg Co., charging the cereal maker with violating federal labor law in its more than five-month lockout of 22 workers at its Memphis, Tenn., plant. 

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K-E Double L! O Double Greed

When the Kellogg Co. locked out some 220 workers from its Memphis, Tenn., plant in October, it was another step in Kellogg’s corporate battle plan to replace steady, middle-class, full-time jobs in the United States and elsewhere with casual part-time employees who would make significantly lower wages and substandard benefits.

Today the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers (BCTGM) union stepped up its campaign to shed light on Kellogg’s Greed.

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Senators Tell Kellogg to 'Act Swiftly' to End Memphis Lockout

Senators Tell Kellogg to 'Act Swiftly' to End Memphis Lockout

A group of five U.S. senators have joined the growing chorus of influential voices, telling the Kellogg Co. to end its nearly five-month lockout of more than 220 workers at its Memphis, Tenn., cereal production facility.

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CBC Urges Kellogg to ‘Immediately End’ Lockout of Workers

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The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) has joined the growing chorus of national and international voices urging the Kellogg Co. to end its four-month-old lockout of more than 220 workers at its Memphis, Tenn., plant.

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What We’re Reading Today: Wednesday News Roundup

What We’re Reading Today: Wednesday News Roundup

Here are some headlines from the working families news we're reading today (after the jump). 

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Union Made: Love with a Union Label on Valentine’s Day

Union Made: Love with a Union Label on Valentine’s Day

Why not give your valentine some union-made sweets this Feb. 14, toast your love with champagne that carries a union label or touch up your pheromones a bit with some smell-good union-made scents.

Want info on more union-made products? Text MADE to 235246 (standard data and message rates may apply). 

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NAN Joins Growing List of Groups Urging Kellogg’s to End the Memphis Lockout

Photo courtesy of BCTGM's Facebook page.

The more than 220 workers who have been locked out of their jobs at a Kellogg’s Memphis, Tenn., plant since October picked up more support in their fight to return to work. The National Action Network urged Kellogg’s to end the lockout. 

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What We’re Reading Today: Tuesday News Roundup

What We’re Reading Today: Tuesday News Roundup

Here are some headlines from the working families news we're reading today (after the jump).

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Memphis MLK Day Actions to Support Locked-Out Kellogg’s Workers

Memphis MLK Day Actions to Support Locked-Out Kellogg’s Workers

More than 220 workers who have been locked out of their jobs at a Kellogg’s Memphis, Tenn., plant since October will be honored and supported as part of Monday’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day actions in Memphis.

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