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Jan. 22, 1826
Indian field hands at San Juan Capistrano mission refused to work, engaging in what was probably the first farm worker strike in California.

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Dec. 5, 2017 | WORKERS’ RIGHTS | During the Barack Obama years, the National Labor Relations Board took a broad view of worker rights, expanding protections for employees who try to join a union or come together to improve their working conditions. Under the Trump administration, those rights are being reined in to help out employers. In a memo dated Friday, the NLRB’s new counsel, Peter B. Robb, orders board officials around the country to consult his office on cases the involve precedents set on worker rights during the last eight years. The move effectively strips away the discretion of regional officer to pursue cases against employers based upon Obama-era rulings and policies… Huffington Post
 
 
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