October 15, 2010
For all its stunning symbolic power, the Million Man March failed to take the next step, which was converting the rally's energy into a viable political and social movement.
In the second of a three-part series profiling the nation's capital, The Root takes a look at who really holds the purse strings in the rapidly gentrifying (and not-so) Chocolate City.
Today, only one in 10 workers belongs to a labor union. But the labor movement is by no means dead. The Root takes a look at five battles that demonstrate that the labor movement could be primed for a comeback.
The economy hasn't been kind to organized labor -- especially black organized labor.
Think you’re free? Take a close look at the choices you don’t have.