By Kelly Ross

On July 5, 1935 President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the National Labor Relations Act into law. The law more commonly referred to as the Wagner Act guaranteed the basic rights of private sector employees to unionize, employ in collective bargaining and take collective action against employers.  For the first time workers were protected by national legislation that assured full freedom of association.

By Kelly Ross

In the spirit of National Hot Dog Day (July 23) we found this delicious and incredibly easy recipe for sweet and savory Pineapple Hot Dog Kabobs. Fire up your grill and enjoy this perfect summer treat. Like always, all of our recipes are designed to be prepared with union-made ingredients and support good jobs!

If you are in the City by the Bay and in need of some entertainment look no further. Spend your day enjoying any one of these fun union locations.

1. AT&T Park
Enjoy some peanuts and Cracker Jack while you take in a ball game at AT&T Park, home to the San Francisco Giants.

If you are looking for a fun union activity to do in Washington, D.C. Labor 411’s got you covered. Any one of the exciting and enriching places to visit listed below support good jobs and will make your visit that much more memorable.

1. National Mall
With a full day’s worth of activities including national monuments, museums, and botanical gardens there is never a dull moment in this national park.

Los Angeles is packed with sights to see and places to explore, but are they union? Labor 411 has given you a head start on the research with this quick list of must-see venues. Choose from any one of the following union activities and have a blast while supporting good jobs.

1. The Beach
Start your day out right with a relaxing stroll on any of LA’s famous beaches. Dig your toes into the sand and watch the waves roll in.