“I love to learn!” Not surprising words from a man who has dedicated his life to education.
This Valentine’s Day, we asked faculty, staff, and administration at National Labor College to share with us what they love about NLC.
Students research the 1949-50 attempt by the United Tobacco Workers to organize workers at RJ Reynolds.
One of the biggest difficulties that union members face is that people don’t understand who we really are, says Mark Fuller of Kansas City, MO.
“It was tough when I got out [of the military] and I was looking for a job—although I had experience, I didn’t have the licenses to continue working in the private sector in aircrafts
Whether it be letters from times past, poems of family life, or stories about the struggles of work, NLC students use the power of the pen to express their ideas and experiences.
“What can Labor do for itself? Labor can organize, it can unify; it can consolidate its forces. This is done, it can demand and command.
Roger Young leafleting during two-week Verizon strike with daughters Lia and Paige
“I knew after the first 10 minutes in class that I was in the right place,” said Roger Young of partici
Last month, more than 100 regional peer trainers gathered at National Labor College to participate in a refresher course designed to maintain current skills and to teach new ones.
Since 1976, Carrie Biggs Adams has been a proud member of the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians-Communications Workers of America (NABET-CWA), first as a member and