Brazil dock workers end strike, expose fragile ports - Reuters - Business Times (subscription) Brazil dock workers end strike, expose fragile portsReutersSANTOS, Brazil (Reuters) Dock workers returned to work at ports across Brazil on Friday after they disrupted the movement of global commodities with a six-hour strike in protest of the... - http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tfd=Rusg=AFQjCNFBvSoM99XUNdrHJRUmYz5tvhs2ugurl=http://www.reuters.com/ar
Operations being restored at New York-area ports after shutdown
CNN - Trump was glad when the real estate market tanked!!! Elizabeth Warren's response: "Let's be clear. Nurses and teachers and dock workers -- they pay their fair share to keep Trump's businesses going. Programmers and engineers and small business owners -- they pay their fair share to support our military that show courage and sacrifice every day. If Donald Trump thinks that supporting them is throwing money down the drain, then I say we throw Donald Trump down the drain!"
Progressive Icon Urges Americans to 'Speak Out' Against Donald Trump. “Donald Trump thinks supporting them (teachers, first-responders, military, small-business owners, nurses, dock-workers, etc.) is throwing money ‘down the drain.’ I say we just throw Donald Trump down the drain,” Warren said. http://www.politico.com/story/2016/06/elizabeth-warren-trump-fraud-224599#ixzz4CJEzNBVm
Jake, I think the share dek could be: Longshoremen are, in the words of labor reporter Steven Greenhouse, “among the royalty of labor.” And then the text at the top of the FB post could be: Dock workers play an indispensable role in getting 90 percent of consumers goods—gas, food, clothes, everything—into the country. Just suggestions though...you know better than I do!
The Fulton Fish Market was a huge part of daily life in the late 18th century and early 19th century in New York City. The focus on maritime trade helped the economy and many people create jobs and flourish in their businesses. Eventually stands sold more than just fish, like sausage and vegetables, to the many, many customers. This is a picture of dock workers loading and unloading the ships that came to the South Street Seaport.