The Chicago Tribune Is Finally Union as the Media Organizing Wave Intensifies

On May 7, glasses clanked and cheers echoed across a downtown Chicago bar as journalists openly celebrated what would have been a whispered fantasy just a few short months ago. The Chicago Tribune, the mother of all major anti-union newspapers—both in its editorial philosophy and newsroom policy—had just bowed to its employees’ desire to form a union.



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