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Sept. 21, 1991: Members of five unions at the Frontier Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas begin what was to become the longest successful hotel strike in U.S. history. All 550 workers honored the picket line for the entirety of the 6-year, 4-month, 10-day fight against management’s insistence on cutting wages and eliminating pensions.- Union Communication Services

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Who Are Today’s Union Members?
Posted On: Sep 12, 2017
Sept. 12, 2017 | UNIONS | Today’s unions are diverse. Forty-two percent of union members are women and more than a third are black, Hispanic, Asian, or other nonwhite workers. Together about two-thirds of working people age 18 to 64 and covered by a union contract are women and/or people of color. As of 2016, roughly 10.6 million of the 16.3 million American workers covered by a union contract are women and/or people of color. Union members are also represented at all levels of education… epi.org


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