Bullying at work can lead to numerous stress issues.

MN Steps Up to Prevent Workplace Bullying

Millions of Americans are bullied at work or are aware of toxic behavior on the job. Advocates in Minnesota are working to make it as taboo as other forms of abuse.

Midwest Economic Policy Institute

Minnesota’s Labor Unions Boosting Racial Economic Equality

On the heels of Labor Day, and as the Twin Cities continue to struggle with racial disparities, a new report details how Minnesota’s labor unions are providing economic opportunities, especially for people of color.

Union Workers Rally Outside Walker Methodist Health Center in Minneapolis

AFSCME Says Walker Methodist Health Center Trying To Bust Union

Workers at Walker Methodist Health Center are fighting management again to keep their union — and at the same time try to negotiate for a living wage. A rare employer-initiated election to decertify the union will likely happen sometime in December.

"People's Board" Meets In St. Paul

St. Paul Teachers Turn Up Heat On School Board With “People’s Board”

St. Paul’s school board has decided to no longer televisethe portion of its meeting where the public offers comments. So on Tuesday, the St. Paul Federation of Teachers decided to give the public its own televised forum to comment while the school board was meeting.

Lucila Dominguez honored at 9th annual Facing Race Ambassador Awards

(Note: This video is featured courtesy of The Saint Paul Foundation. To learn more about all of this year’s Ambassador Award honorees, visit http://www.saintpaulfoundation.org/ambassador_awards/)
Lucila Dominguez knows that change doesn’t come easily. Sometimes it requires personal sacrifice, as demonstrated by her work with CTUL, the Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en la Lucha (Center for Workers United in the Struggle). In fact, Lucila’s first volunteer act with CTUL was a 12-day hunger strike outside a major food retailer to protest unfair wages and working conditions. She continued to volunteer with CTUL until 2014, when she joined staff as a lead organizer, fighting for the rights of low-wage immigrant Latino workers.

Protest At McDonalds

Fight For $15 Draws Huge Crowd, Invades McDonalds

A rally for $15 an hour draws a huge crowd at the University of Minnesota. Many in the crowd then march to a nearby McDonald’s to confront the manager about the low wages the store pays workers.

Why Activists Shut Down Interstate 35W

A list of murdered people that was too long to finish reading, a push for a livable wage, both components of a long day of activism on the streets and interstates of Minneapolis.

Democrats Turn Up Heat On McFadden Cheaper Chinese Steel Comment

Minnesota Democrats are trying to turn a comment about steel from Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Mike McFadden into a major campaign issue to unite Iron Range residents against him — something that could help the DFL in other races as well.