News & Events

City of Workers Museum Exhibit

Now through January 5, 2019, “City of Workers, City of Struggle: How Labor Movements Changed New York” is on exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York. The show highlights the 200-year history of how labor movements shaped New York and charts the evolution of the fight for workers’ rights.

Faculty

SLU is proud to announce our newest member of the faculty, Deepak Bhargava, Distinguished Lecturer of Urban Studies.

Students & Alumni

Photo of Co-operative businesses class

Our diverse student body includes working adults and an increasing number of traditional- aged students. They come from many walks of life, but virtually all are motivated by a commitment to public service and social justice.

Research & Publications

Among the many findings in the 2019 State of the Unions report, the most striking is that job growth has been disproportionately concentrated in low-wage industries, especially in the private sector. Read the full report here.