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Victory! 'Unfair Labor Practice' Confirmed at Forest Hill Crossroads Coffee & Ice Cream

The National Labor Relations Board reached a decision (case 05-CA-062891) this week bringing justice to a fellow worker wrongfully fired from the Forest Hill  Crossroads Coffee & Ice Cream in Richmond, Virginia. On August 18, 2011  (see ‘Unfair Labor Practice’  at the Forest Hill … Continue reading

Richmond IWW Supports #OccupyRichmond

  October 22, 2011   Fellow Occupiers, The Richmond General Membership Branch of the Industrial Workers of the World offer our support and solidarity to the occupation of Kanawha Plaza by #occupyrichmond, those determined to hold accountable our oppressors. The … Continue reading

Video: Hidden History of Black Labor in Richmond with Peter Rachleff – Oct. 8, 2011 – Richmond, Virginia

Peter Rachleff presented a lecture on the subject of Black Labor in Richmond between 1860 – 1890 and the Knights of Labor who organized black and white workers nationwide.  The lecture took place at Richmond’s Black History Museum on Saturday … Continue reading

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Lecture: The Hidden History of Black Labor in Richmond

RSVP on Facebook Here: [ http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=167044056704612 ] The Richmond, Virginia Industrial Workers of the World & the Black History Museum & Cultural Center of Virginia Present: “The Hidden History of Black Labor in Richmond” Did you know that in 1886 … Continue reading

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'Unfair Labor Practice' at the Forest Hill Crossroads Coffee & Ice Cream?

Read the latest on this case here. An ‘Unfair Labor Practice’ has been filed with the National Labor Relations Board against Crossroads Coffee & Ice Cream in Richmond, Virginia for a violation of an employee’s right to engage in concerted … Continue reading

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