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Darryl and the other warehouse workers decide to start a union in order to get better compensation and benefits. Although he doesn't agree with forming a union, Michael Scott agrees because he is intimidated by Darryl.
Kramer gets a phone call telling him that the strike at H&H bagels is over, and that he can return to work. His union had been demanding $5.35 per hour, and H&H is now paying $5.35 per hour.
Norma Rae is a textile factory worker who became involved in labor union activities after the health of her co-workers was put in jeapordy. She refuses to leave work and rallies her co-workers to go on strike and form a union. After she successfully gets every co-worker to stop working, the factory managers intervene and send her to jail in a police car. This is a great clip to use when teaching about the importance of a Triple Bottom Line (People-Profit-Planet) in business, which goes beyond the profit motive.
A biography on Civil Rights icon Cesar Chavez, from his humble beginnings to leading his farmworkers union in huge strikes to protest mistreatment.
Has profanity
Cesar Chavez threatens to expel anyone from the union who doesn't protest peacfully in the face of violence.