Benedicto Martinez and Robin Alexander march together in Mexico City, in a 2014 national protest on the 20th anniversary of the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement. The marchers protested the economic and political reforms by the Mexican government and the then-ruling Party of the Institutionalized Revolution, setting the stage for the privatizing oil and electrical industries, implementing corporate education reform and social benefit policies, and changing the country's labor law.
Mexico City, Mexico. September 1, 2011. Humberto Montes de Oca is interviewed in Mexico City's main square, the Zocalo, on the day Mexican President Felipe Calderon gave his annual speech about the state of the country. The protest, called the Day of the Indignant, was organized by unions including the Mexican Electrical Workers (SME) because the Mexican government fired 44,000 electrical workers and dissolved the state-owned company they worked for, in an effort to smash their union. Humberto Montes de Oca is the international secretary of the SME. Photo by: David Bacon
The panel discussion titled: “America on Strike: Workers Take Center Stage”, was held Nov 6 at UCLA’s James West Alumni Center. 
Delegation of CA labor leaders in front of Casa de la Universidad de California en México also known as “Casa de California.”
Saba Waheed's studies have informed local and state officials to improve working conditions for over a decade. Francisco García-Nava / UCLA Labor Center
From left to right: Jollene Levid (United Teachers Los Angeles) and Susan Minato (Unite Here Local 11) are the inaugural fellows for the Labor Movement Fellows Program hosted by UCLA Labor Studies.
UC Labor Summer at closing retreat in Oakland, California earlier this summer. Ju Hong/UCLA Dream Resource Center